Hope, Faith & Recovery Project

TACA is blessed to have friends and supporters who are celebrities and professional athletes who care deeply about people with autism and the TACA Mission. They have asked us many times how they could help so in response to that question, the Hope, Faith & Recovery Project was began.

The Hope, Faith & Recovery Project consists of artwork developed by TACA's special celebrity friends following the theme of three very important words for families living with autism: HOPE, FAITH and RECOVERY. Each artist has been asked to infuse their artwork with inspiration and hope for families affected by autism, and a "child-like" flair.

The artwork will be displayed in the TACA Foundation Office, on the TACA website, and at events, along with personal messages from each artist to TACA families.

Hope, Faith and Recovery Project artists include:

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Lance Armstrong

 

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Clifton Collins

     

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Brian Lopes

 

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Ryan Sheckler

     

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Jim Everett

 

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Johnathan Schaech

     

Jeremy McGrath and daughter Rhowan

 

Matt Kemp

     

We hope the commitment and creativity of these special people inspire and motivate families living with autism to know they are not alone.  The cards to spread the message of hope for their children affected by autism.

If you would like more information about this important project, please contact the Foundation Office at (949) 640-4401.