Deron Williams’ sixth-annual Celebrity Dodge Barrage was a grand old success once again. Under [...]
Having a child diagnosed with autism can be a challenging experience for a parent. Deron Williams knows this as well as anyone.
Three years ago, Deron was on the receiving end of that news, as he and his wife Amy learned that their son D.J. was autistic.
April is Autism Awareness Month and through his Point of Hope Foundation, Autism Speaks ambassador Deron Williams is doing all he can to help get the message out about autism and rally people to help.
The Season of Giving has always been a special time of year for the Point of Hope Foundation and Christmas 2013 continued that tradition.
On Sunday, December 22, Deron and Amy Williams hosted 40 single mothers and their children at Lucky Strike on 42nd Street in New York for A Point of Hope Christmas. The moms and their kids enjoyed a great night of bowling, games, some great food and met with Deron and Amy, who posed for pictures with each family.
Every year around the holidays, Deron Williams and his Point of Hope Foundation look for ways to give back to the community.
This year, the Williams family took their giving spirit to Brooklyn’s Ingersoll Community Center where they served Thanksgiving meals to nearly 2,000 residents of the borough from the New York Housing Authority on Saturday, November 23.
Sending out a special thank you to all of the people and companies that made Dodge Barrage 2013 a resounding success. We're already looking foward to 2014 and a great annual event!