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Eat Tacos with the Duplass Brothers at an East LA Gas Station

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What you'll do

Hollywood multi-hyphenates Mark and Jay Duplass know that there’s magic to be found in small, everyday moments: like moving a puffy chair cross-country, staying in an average hotel room or… getting lunch at an East LA gas station. And you’re joining them for the last one! You and a friend will meet Mark and Jay on their home turf, the uniquely hipster east side of Los Angeles, for a low-key (but high-fun) taco lunch. You’ll hang with the guys, eat some amazing Mexican food and create some of your own hilarious and authentic moments. There won’t be any car chases, explosions or big budget bells and whistles—just you and some buds eating tacos—but that’s just what makes it so special. Flights and hotel included.

Who you'll help

NEXT for AUTISM is a nonprofit organization that transforms the national landscape of services for people with autism by strategically designing, launching and supporting innovative programs. They believe that individuals with autism have the potential to live fulfilling, productive lives when supported by excellent services and connected to their communities. While many organizations engage in advocacy or fund scientific research, NEXT For AUTISM addresses the needs of people with autism and their families across the country right now. They create and support exceptional educational, clinical and vocational programs, all cutting-edge, all with an eye towards affecting fundamental shifts in current approaches to autism services. Autism now affects an estimated 1 in 68 American children. The need for support far exceeds the current services available. With your donation, NEXT for AUTISM can continue to address the needs of individuals and families living with autism right now.