Dan Marino Foundation Hosts Old Hollywood Casino Night Fundraiser at Tower Club Fort Lauderdale

The event will support its mission to empower individuals with autism.

The Tower Club Fort Lauderdale is organizing the Old Hollywood Casino Night on Friday, Oct.20 to raise funds for the Dan Marino Foundation. The event promises a lively Disco Night with DJ Alberto Garza spinning favorite tunes, a Stoli-hosted bar, themed food stations, and more.

“We are thrilled to announce our upcoming charity classic event in support of the Dan Marino Foundation,” says Marc Giarratano, General Manager of Tower Club Fort Lauderdale. “These evenings promise to be a blend of glamour, fun, and philanthropy, and we couldn’t be more excited to host them at the Tower Club. Join us for a night of dancing under the glittering disco ball and the allure of old Hollywood, all while contributing to a great cause. Together, we can make a meaningful difference in the lives of youth supported by the Dan Marino Foundation.” 

Tower Club has been a hub for Fort Lauderdale’s business and social community since 1974. The club boasts a diverse membership, including top business and civic leaders from various industries such as legal, financial, media, real estate and hospitality. Tower Club members play a vital role in connecting and the greater Downtown Fort Lauderdale community through various engaging gatherings. These events are centered around professional development, networking, community service, food and wine, entrepreneurship, women in business, the LGBT community, and diversity and inclusion.

“We appreciate the Tower Club is hosting these two incredible events,” said Mary Partin, Chief Executive Officer of the Dan Marino Foundation. “Their members’ philanthropy continues to build a brighter future for all of Fort Lauderdale.” 

The Dan Marino Foundation has a long and prestigious history of providing life-changing programs and services for individuals with autism and other unique abilities. It was founded by Dan and Claire Marino shortly after their son, Michael, was diagnosed with autism in 1992. Their mission is to empower individuals with autism and other unique abilities. The Foundation has initiated several impactful initiatives, including the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Dan Marino Outpatient Center, the Marino Autism Research Institute, Marino Adapted Aquatics, and the Marino Campus postsecondary school. The Foundation is at the forefront of utilizing technology as a game-changer. 

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