It's time for our annual Fall Gala!
With your safety and wellbeing of utmost importance to us, your CAPS Board of Directors has decided to host our annual gala virtually.
Thursday, November 4th
Raffles • Online Auction • Great Music • Fun Program Lineup
CAPS’s annual fundraiser is our primary source of funding for the work we do to support our community members with and caring for those with Parkinson’s. And with the ongoing Covid pandemic, our fundraising efforts have been severely affected. This is why we need your support now more than ever through sponsorships, donations, memorial gifts, and through our online auction & special features during this virtual event.
Fall Gala 2021 Special Music Performer
Thursday, Nov 4th 7:00pm
Shelley King is music royalty in Austin. Shelley has been touring Texas, the US, and the world since her debut in 1998 spreading the love of good friends and good times to all who hear her. In that time she has been appointed State Musician by the Texas Legislature, won several Austin Music Awards, had her songs recorded by numerous musicians, toured over a million miles, received terrestrial, streaming, and satellite radio support, and performed for standing room crowds at venues as varied as house concerts to large international festival stages.
Shelley also serves as a board member of HOME (Housing Opportunities for Musicians and Entertainers) which strives to alleviate the suffering of local elderly musicians who may confront homelessness.
Meet Our Partners
AGE of Central Texas is a regional nonprofit organization that provides education and support to people all along the spectrum of growing older. Serving over 3,000 older adults and caregivers annually, AGE primary programs include adult day health care, caregiver education and resources, early memory loss support, health equipment lending, and peer-based computer classes for seniors. Learn more at AGEofCentralTX.org.
Power for Parkinson’s is a non-profit that provides multiple opportunities for free exercise, dance, and social programming in Austin and the surrounding communities. Research from the Parkinson’s Outcomes Project shows that regular exercise enhances the quality of life, and PfP helps make a wide variety of professionally moderated and structured exercise programs available for all those in the area. Learn more at PowerForParkinsons.org.