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Short Hills House Tour on June 3 to Benefit Autism NJ



Keller Williams Realty Teams Up With Autism New Jersey

Short Hills House Tour Fundraising Event Will Be Held to Help NJ Teachers Raise Autism Awareness and Build Acceptance of Others.

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(Short Hills, NJ) June 3, 2013 – Keller Williams Realty in Summit/Short Hills, NJ is proud to announce that they are working with Autism New Jersey in a fundraising event to donate Classroom Packs to New Jersey teachers.  These kits will contain lesson plans, professional development opportunities, decorations, give aways for the children that will provide a means to allow teachers to raise autism awareness and build acceptance of others within their classrooms.  Autism affects 1 in 49 children in New Jersey and these Classroom Packs will contain all the essential tools necessary for an elementary/middle school teacher to be supported in helping to raise this awareness.


To raise money for this outstanding cause, Keller Williams Realty is hosting a house tour on Monday, June 3rd from 10:30am to 1:30pm in Short Hills.  Participants will spend the afternoon enjoying the beautiful neighborhood all while playing a significant role in raising autism awareness.  Tickets for this house tour event are just $20 a person and all proceeds will go directly to Autism New Jersey to help fund the Classroom Packs.


“Creating these special kits to truly support the teachers giving to our community, that will provide so much for our children, while spending an afternoon show casing the greatness Short Hills has to offer... is what it is all about for me”, said Melanie Rosenbaum, Sales Associate of Keller Williams Realty Short Hills and SEPAC (Special Education Parents Advisory Committee of Millburn Township). 


To purchase a ticket, please follow the instructions and print out the form at the bottom of the flyer found here:



About Keller Williams Realty:

Keller Williams Realty Inc. is the largest real estate franchise company in the United States. There are approximately 700 offices and 80,000 associates around the world. The company has an agent-centric, education-based, technology-driven culture that rewards associates as stakeholders. The company specializes in luxury homes and commercial real estate properties. Keller Williams Realty’s mission is “to build careers worth having, businesses worth owning, and lives worth living.” The Keller Williams office in Summit/Short Hills, New Jersey is independently owned which allows it to operate like a boutique in an exquisite suburban area with award winning schools and an exceptional housing stock. This particular office has over 160 outstanding professional agents who are very skilled in their professions. For additional information on Keller William Realty, please visit: For additional information on the Keller Williams Summit/Short Hills office, please


About Autism New Jersey:

Autism New Jersey is a non-profit agency dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. The agency provides lifelong individualized services to improve these lives through awareness, credible information, education, and public policy initiatives. Autism New Jersey recognizes the contributions the autism community makes to society and is passionate about enhancing their resilience, abilities, and quality of life. The services that Autism New Jersey provides to the autism community are invaluable, including a lifeline, connections, strength, confidence, community and compassion. For additional information, please visit:



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