Pacific Clinics Art Show Raises $50,000+ for Neurodevelopmental Services Program

The first-ever Pacific Clinics Art Show in partnership with Ooze Studio attracted 75 guests and raised more than $50,000 for our Neurodevelopmental Services program!

Mia Temple, owner of Ooze Studio, alongside Neurodevelopmental Services program employees, worked all summer to produce an amazing array of multimedia sculptural and canvas works, which were auctioned off at this event. The evening was a huge success, with attendees finishing an oversized black line drawing that was started at Petrinovich Pugh & Co LLP’s 70th-anniversary celebration, bidding on over 40 pieces of kid’s art and silent auction packages, and touring the new Morgan Hill campus.

The Neurodevelopmental Services program, previously known as our Specialty Applied Behavior Analysis (sABA) program, supports neurodiverse individuals diagnosed with autism, ADHD, OCD, sensory processing and behavior difficulties, language and social communication challenges, learning disabilities, trauma, and other cognitive, motor and developmental impairments.

The funds raised at this event will allow Pacific Clinics to offer these important services to more clients in the Bay Area region, regardless of their ability to pay or socio-economic status. They will also help us expand our sensory gym, purchase specialized playground equipment for individuals with disabilities and replenish daily materials, toys and activities in our center.

Special thanks to our sponsors: Star One Credit Union, Jim & Marianne Nelson, and Jo & Barry Ariko.