Trevstock: music & fun-draising

Performers join in annual fundraiser benefitting the Autism Society of Ontario

Sat., Feb. 11 @ Clark Hall Pub

What: Trevstock is an annual concert that raises funds to send children with autism to camp, as well as train counsellors.

How: This year, the concert included six bands and a silent auction. It was organized by the Queen’s Arts and Science Undergraduate Society Autism Partnership in association with the Autism Society of Ontario.

Why: One in 195 newborns is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Specialty camps provide these children with important learning experiences in a safe environment. However, they are also expensive. Families rely on charity fundraising to provide the financial support they need.

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