It was announced in February 2016, that Autism Rocks which has it’s headquarters in London, has added Will and Pete Best to their Board of Trustees. The head of Autism Rock Sanjay Shah feels this is is good fit for the foundation, he has known them since their University days. Shah feels very comfortable with his decision knowing that they will deliver. Autism Rocks helps raises money by inviting prominent artist to preform at their charity shows. Shah began the organization because he wanted to bring this condition in focus and, wanted people to know how important it’s to do research.
The research will hopefully identify who are at risk and to help those better their lives once afflicted. By adding Pete and Will Best, Shah is confident in knowing they will bring much understanding to this cause. Their responsibilities entail decision making, business affairs, getting funds, and arranging all the musical occurrence. This is just to name a few. The bothers will also have a role in plans and decision making, establishing what goals should be reach for the organization.
Pete Best comes to Autism Rocks with experience in the financial sector for more that twenty one years. He held the title of Chief Operation Office for ICAP-a brokerage firm. His vast knowledge in finance will definitely benefit this organization. Will Best began his music career at the University. He has worked in the advertising industry, then as a presenter on television, doing music shows. Read more on this article.
Sanjay Shah gives generous amount of money to good causes. He began Autism Rocks because his youngest son was afflicted with Autism. This is a condition that inhibits the developmental of social relationship and interaction with other in children, which carries over to adulthood. Although some children can live life independently, other may require a lifetime of dedicated on going care. Shah promoted concerts around the world and invited only top entertainers such as, Snoop Dogg, Prince, Michael Buble to preform
The funds that are raised through this is event are used for research at Cambridge University. Shah says that they may never find the cause of Autism, he just wants them to find a way so that he and others can understand their children. There is also a “go fund” page set up for anyone who wants to donate to Autism Rocks.