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On Saturday, June 11 LSA hosted Home is Where the Heart is, Celebrating 20 Years of Impact, a hybrid fundraising event. 2022 marks 20 years of providing exceptional community housing and programs for adults with developmental disabilities. At this year’s event, a generous donor matched all donations and sponsorships up to $500,000! Your gift will make double the difference and there is still time to give! See below to view a recording of the event!
Speaker, Charlie Hughes
Charlie Hughes is 33 years old and lives in Palo Alto. Charlie is a certified SF Giants fan and enjoys working at Ada’s Cafe. He is proud to be able to do every job in the cafe but his favorite job is being the barista and making amazing microfoam. He is not defined by having a disability and is proud to be an advocate for individuals with disabilities.
Entertainment, Kodi Lee
Kodi Lee, winner of America’s Got Talent Season 14, is a 25-year old blind and autistic musical prodigious savant. Kodi’s amazing gift lies within his musical expression, perfect pitch, and passion for all forms of music. His audio photographic memory gives him the ability to recall music he hears after only one listen.
Emcee, John Pencer
John Pencer has been an LSA board member since 2016. For 35+ years he has been the Proprietor of Pencer Instrument Care. His community involvement includes 40+ years of serving on the Board, as a chair of the Santa Clara Valley YMCA, and past president of the Los Gatos Rotary. John and his wife, Devonne, have three adult children, the oldest of whom, Jennifer, is developmentally disabled.
20 Years of Impact