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Autism MVP's 6th Annual Brewing Awareness for Autism Fundraiser

Food, drink, fun and prizes! All proceeds benefit our scholarship programs! Tix will be available at the door, but buy in advance to save!

By Autism MVP Foundation

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, April 29 · 6 - 9pm EDT


Birdsmouth Beer 675 Oceanport Way Oceanport, NJ 07757

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 3 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Join us for this fun fundraiser! Food, drink, live music from The 7th Realm and much more!

This is one of our key fundraisers held in conjunction with Autism Awareness Month, and this year we are holding it at Birdsmouth Beer in Oceanport, NJ! All proceeds from this and our other events go to our scholarship programs that benefit graduate students in autism studies/Applied Behavior Analysis at Monmouth University, Rutgers University and Temple University.

Tickets include dinner, soft drinks and tickets redeemable for house beer. Must be 21 to redeem tickets for or purchase alcohol.

There is a kids'/student ticket available for $30. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.

Please note that there will be tickets available at the door but you can save $10 on your ticket by buying in advance!

The event is sponsored by Birdsmouth Beer and CentralReach, the #1 provider of ABA behavioral health software and services. Sponsorship opportunities are available by contacting the Autism MVP Foundation at 732-870-7977 or via email at kgreen @

For more info on our organization, visit On behalf of our all-volunteer nonprofit, thank you!

About the organizer

The Autism MVP Foundation, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by Keith Green of Little Silver, N.J. who, along with his wife Donna, are inspired by their son and the educators and therapists who have helped make a difference in their lives.  The foundation is committed to advancing best practices in the field of autism education through the Autism Program Improvement Project with Monmouth University it helps underwrite.

The foundation also inspires more students to commit to working in the fields of autism education and therapy by providing annual scholarships to graduate studentsenrolled in Monmouth University's Department of Education.  

For more information, visit

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