The Topping Brothers are working to increase funding and research to cure autism – join them in the fight!

Talent manager Steven Grossman and City National Bank's SVP Harry F. Topping, Jr. will be honored at September 29th fundraiser at Warner Bros. Studios

It’s nice to be recognized for doing something right.

Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, recently honored Steven Grossman and Harry Topping, Jr. at the inaugural La Vie En BLUE Fashion Gala, produced by Metropolitan Fashion Week.

This Parisian-themed evening of high fashion and one-of-a-kind costumes took place at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank. Grossman and Topping were honored for their exemplary leadership, longstanding support and generous commitment to Autism Speaks.

2010 was a tough year for the Topping family as then 3-year-old Liam Topping was diagnosed with autismBut it didn’t take long for the Topping Brothers (Liam, Miles, and Harry III aka Trey) to circle their wagons and get into action fighting this increasingly prevalent condition which impacts 1 of every 88 children making it an epidemic.

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