Save The Date! OC Suitcase Soirée: A Fundraising Voyage Helping Children With Autism


Eddie Guardado Foundation to Host Inaugural
OC Suitcase Soirée Benefiting Children with Autism

WHO:             Former MLB All-Star Pitcher Eddie Guardado, along with his wife Lisa Guardado,
will host the OC Suitcase Soirée to benefit children with autism.

WHAT:           The OC Suitcase Soirée invites guests to arrive, bags packed, in anticipation of winning one of the three grand prize travel packages, which departs directly from the event by private plane or limousine for a weekend getaway in Las Vegas, Santa Barbara or Los Angeles. Guests at the fundraising event will be entertained by live music, participate in silent and live auctions, and dine on an array of cuisine from top Orange County restaurants, while enjoying wine tasting and specialty drinks provided by Young's Market. 

100% of event net proceeds will benefit the Eddie Guardado Foundation, which supports the direct service program of ACT Today! (Autism Care and Treatment Today!). ACT Today! is a national non-profit providing care and treatment to children with autism and support and assistance to families who do not have the means to provide the necessary treatment, therapy and tools for their children impacted by autism.

WHERE:           Lyon Air Museum, 19300 Ike Jones Dr, Santa Ana, CA 92707

WHEN:             Friday, September 20, 2013, 7 to 11 p.m.

TICKET INFO: or 714-442-3535

About The Eddie Guardado Foundation:
Major League All-Star Pitcher, Eddie Guardado and his wife Lisa established The Eddie Guardado Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) in 2008 after their youngest child, Ava, was diagnosed with autism. Lisa and Eddie understand the emotional and financial hardships families impacted with autism experience and founded the Eddie Guardado Foundation to help other families receive access to therapy and treatments that they could not otherwise afford.

In January 2011, The Eddie Guardado Foundation joined forces with ACT Today! (Autism Care and Treatment Today!), as both non-profits share the mission of providing awareness of and access to effective therapies for children with autism. Since their partnership began, the Eddie Guardado Foundation has enabled ACT Today! to provide an additional 100 grants to help children with autism achieve their highest potential. The organizations continue to collaborate together with Eddie and Lisa serving on the ACT Today! board.