Cuban Artist, Carlos A. Navarro Has Private Gallery Event to Promote ‘Gods Innocent Angels Foundation for RETTS Syndrome’

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Carlos A. Navarro will be having a one time only gallery exhibition on October 15, 2011 as part of Teri’s 4th Annual Halloween Extravaganza. This charity event is in benefit of ‘Gods Innocent Angels Foundation for RETTS Syndrome’. Carlos A. Navarro will be donating the proceeds from his gallery exhibition to raise funds and awareness to find a cure for this disorder.

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On October 15, 2011 Cuban artist, Carlos A. Navarro will have a one time only gallery exhibition and all proceeds from this event will got to benefit the ‘Gods Innocent Angels Foundation for RETTS Syndrome. This event will begin at 9:00 PM in a private mansion located at 6910 Appaloosa Trail, Southwest Ranches, FL 33330. This is the fourth consecutive year for this event. It aims to raise funds and awareness for children with RETTS syndrome, which is a rare autism spectrum disorders. This disorder has been categorized as the ‘Rosetta Stone’ of brain disorder. It is believed that this disorder can help unlock treatments and cures for brain disorders including autism, schizophrenia, Bi-Polar disorders, Parkinson’s, as well as anxiety and autonomic nervous system disorders.

This evening will be a night to remember but more importantly it will be an extra push in the direction towards a cure for this disorder that affects 1 in every 10,000 little girls. In the past this private Halloween extravaganza has attracted over 300 guests and this year it is expected to draw a crowd of over 500 guests. Carlos A. Navarro is among the invitees and he will be exhibiting some of his Cuban art and proceeds will go towards the ‘Gods Innocent Angels Foundation for RETTS Syndrome’. Carlos has for years donated his time and been an active participant with philanthropic organizations. Being a father himself his heart is at the forefront of his participation in these events. Carlos believes that his Cuban pop art can be tool and a source of happiness. Art has the power to invoke positive emotions and so, Cuban artist Carlos A. Navarro dedicates his time to use his influence and talent to make a difference in this world.

The ‘Gods Innocent Angels Foundation for RETTS Syndrome’ was named after GIA, a six-year-old girl with this disorder. She has served as an inspiration to all those around her and is motivation for all people to understand and be compelled to donate and promote this cause.

For more information on ‘Gods Innocent Angels Foundation for RETTS Syndrome’ foundation visit: http://www.godsinnocentangels.org/

For more information on RETTS Syndrome visit: http://www.rettsyndrome.org/

For more information on Carlos A. Navarro and to see his work visit: http://www.carlosanavarro.com/.

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