Hope, Faith & Recovery Project

July 20, 2010

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TACA is blessed to have friends and supporters who are celebrities and professional athletes, and who care deeply about people with autism and the TACA mission. Many times they asked us how they could help. In response to that question, the Hope, Faith & Recovery Project was born.

The Hope, Faith & Recovery Project consists of artwork developed by TACA special friends along the theme of three very important words for families living with autism - HOPE, FAITH and RECOVERY. Each artist has been asked to be inspired by infusing hope for families affected by autism and for the finished project to have a child like flare.

The art work will be displayed in the TACA office and on the TACA website and events, along with a personal message from the artist to TACA families. The art work has been made into note cards that can be purchased in packages of 8 for $15 + shipping to help support the TACA mission and message.

Current Hope, Faith and Recovery Project artists are:

Lance Armstrong
Brian Lopes Ryan Scheckler
Jim Everett Johnathan Schaech
Clifton Collins

We hope the commitment and creativity of these special people inspires and motivates families living with autism to know they are not alone.  Families can utilize the cards to spread the message of hope for their children affected by autism.

If you are interested in supporting this important project, please contact Stephanie McIlvain at (949) 640-4401.

To support TACA and the families we serve and provide a message of hope – please purchase these unique cards. Thank you!