Autism Awareness Month starts on April 2. A devastating developmental disorder that affects millions of children worldwide. On April 1, Autism Rocks will hold a festival to raise donations for research and awareness for this disorder. Autism Rocks is the organization started by Usha and Sanjay Shah Denmark because of their son and a desire to help those afflicted. These popular festivals raise money for research and awareness.
Shah feels like there is a great deal of support for children with special needs. He wants to increase exposure for these children and help to encourage research as to why this disease happens and what can be done to help those afflicted. Since 2014, he has raised 600,000 E with charity concerts, featuring the likes of Prince, Lenny Kravitz, Michael Buble, and Drake. These concerts took place in London and Dubai. This year the line up included Tyga and Flo Rida to help rope in the youth.
This family event to help autism includes live music and fun events, like laser tag, crazy golf, zip line, horse rides, inflatables, petting zoo, and a barbecue. This event will surely raise the donations for this cause and help increase awareness and research.
Autism is a disorder that affects how people communicate and experience the world around them. It’s cause is unknown and there is no cure, it can have devastating effects on families and friends. These concerts can help raise much needed donations to further the research into this mysterious disorder.
Sanjay Shah is the founder of Solo Capital, a boutique financial service firm in London. At the end of 2015, Solo Capital had a net worth of 15.45 billion. Shah owns more than three dozen other companies across London, the British Virgin Islands, Dubai, and Luxembourg.
Sanjay did not start out wanting to be an investor, he started out in medicine. He left medical school to become an accountant at different firms, including Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse, and Morgan Stanley. In 2009, he lost his job and decided to start his own brokerage firm, Solo Capital. Since then, he has been able to make enough money to consider himself retired.
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