Iconic buildings in Winston-Salem to shine light on autism

350px-LightItUpBlue-logoABC of NC Child Development Center in partnership with Autism Speaks, and local corporate and civic partners will “Light It Up Blue” during the month of April in commemoration of Autism Awareness Month and World Autism Awareness Day on April 2.

Throughout the month of April, many of Winston-Salem’s most iconic buildings (and iconic buildings around the globe) will — literally and figuratively — shine a light on autism by illuminating their facades in blue tones.

April 1 and April 2 Wake Forest University will participate by lighting up Wait Chapel with blue lights.

Follow #LIUB to look for photos of landmarks as they “Light It Up Blue” for Autism Awareness Month.

Other participating buildings and landmarks include:

  • 751 West Fourth – Commercial Realty Advisors, LLC (751 West Fourth Street)
  • Arbor Investment Advisors (300 South Main Street)
  • 380 Knollwood Street – Highwoods Properties, Inc. (380 Knollwood Street)
  • Krispy Kreme Headquarters (370 Knollwood Street)
  • The Millennium Center (101 West Fifth Street)
  • Nissen Building Apartments – HRI Management (310 West Fourth Street)
  • Reynolds Building – PMC Property Group (51 West Fourth Street)
  • Smart Start of Forsyth County (7820 North Point Boulevard)
  • Winston-Salem City Hall (101 North Main Street)
  • Winston-Salem Journal (418 North Marshall Street)