Since Dylan's House was first established back in 2022 by Kevin and Amy Shope, the non-profit has raised thousands from fundraisers and donors. 

Dylan's House is dedicated to supporting families affected by autism, by providing quality homes and support for caregivers.

Through various programs and services, Dylan's House aims to provide resources, education, and support to help individuals with autism reach their full potential.

The community is welcome to attend the non-profit's largest fundraiser of the year at Penguin City Brewing Company, this Sunday, April 28 at 2:00 PM. Attendees can expect live music, food trucks, basket raffles, and plenty of fun for all ages.

Dylan's House is pleased to welcome back music group RDNA, known for its high-energy shows and crowd-pleasing tunes. 

In addition to the live music, the fundraiser will feature a variety of food trucks offering delicious options for attendees to enjoy. Basket raffles will also be held throughout the event, providing attendees with the opportunity to win prizes while supporting a worthy cause.

"We are thrilled to host our largest fundraiser of the year at Penguin City and to have RDNA perform at our event," said Kevin Shope, President of Dylan's House. "This event is not only a great way to raise funds for our organization but also a wonderful opportunity to bring the community together for a day of fun and entertainment."

The non-profit is named after Kevin & Amy's son, Dylan, who has lived on his own for several years. The Shopes recently released 16 episodes on their new podcast titled, 'Welcome to Dylan's House' about their journey of being parents to a child with autism and how they got their non-profit moving. 

21 WFMJ Anchor and Reporter Erin Simonek is delighted to be back with the Dylan's House team, emceeing the event. 

Tickets for the 2nd Annual Sunday Funday at Penguin City can be purchased here.