Project Hope Foundation of Florida, Inc., is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization developed to enhance the potential of individuals with Autism or related disabilities, by offering support for services, community education, and family/caregiver resources.
Funds donated to the Foundation shall be used exclusively for the following purposes:
Contribute $500 towards the initial diagnostic evaluation of a child suspected to have Autism or a related disorder.
Provide scholarships for clients eligible for the Hope Early Learning Program, based on need;
Provide therapeutic, recreational, and academic materials to enhance the developmental and learning potential for these children;
Provide respite (time out for caregivers);
Offer parent/caregiver support groups, activities, and training sessions or conferences;
In time, our plan is to add more services to help Autistic individuals transition into adulthood.
OUR WISH LIST
Here is our wish list:
$1000 to $5000 to fund scholarships for ABA services for children in need.
$2000 sponsorship towards major equipment for therapy, sensory room, or playground.
$500 to $1000 towards technology and innovative programs to enhance the learning potential of children with Autism and related disorders.
$250 will pay for five hours of in-center respite (a break for caregivers) for up to 9 children.
$100 will fund up to 10 therapeutic toys or games for these children.
$25 to $50 will fund about 5-10 books for the children's library.
Board of Directors: Volunteers:
Rebecca Birchfield JoAnn Gerstein
Kerri Christensen Shelly Kreidy
Deborah Collins Kathi Lloyd
Vivianne Hall Madison Miller
Jeanne Knight Luke Tsarnas