Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Clay Aiken's National Inclusion Project Working to Benefit Children With Disabilities

11/10/2009
THE NATIONAL INCLUSION PROJECT GALA HONORING 2009 CHAMPIONS RAISES OVER $465,000 TO BENEFIT THE INCLUSION OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

On October 17, the National Inclusion Project, formerly the Bubel Aiken Foundation, held a gala in Raleigh, NC to honor champions of inclusion. The evening festivities, which included a live auction and performance from Clay Aiken, also succeeded in raising over $465,000 to help continue the National Inclusion Project's work. Quite admirable in today's tough economy. To learn more about The National Inclusion Project, it's honorees, and it's mission, visit the website linked above.

4 comments:

LovesClaysVoice said...

WOW! What a success the gala was for the National Inclusion Project! Hats off to Clay Aiken and Diane Bubel for creating opportunities for all children to live, learn, and play together!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful news for the National Inclusion Project and Clay Aiken. Thanks for the blog.

copingincalifornia said...

I love Clay Aiken the singer but I think I love Clay Aiken the humanitarian more!

katy said...

Clay Aiken had a dream and it is fulfilled through the National Inclusion Project.