JOPLIN, MO.--- Students at the Bill and Virginia Leffen Center for Autism in Joplin unveiled the amount raised from the "Art, Architecture, and Autism" home tour held in late October. They also thanked the homeowners who put on the tours by giving them artwork. The money raised will go toward scholarships for the students.
"Many of these families cannot afford to pay their portion of the costs, so these scholarship costs help them to access the care they so desperately need for their children," states Paula Baker, Freeman Health System.
This was the 3rd annual homes tour to benefit the Leffen Center for Autism.