Emma's Letter

My name is Emma June, I am 10 years old and I am autistic.

They say a picture paints a thousand words. If this is true, I would like to paint a picture so you see how I feel inside. I love to paint and have been told I’m very artistic, I just can’t communicate very well.

Emma's Letter

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Helping More in 2014!

Coming off such a successful 2013, our goals for 2014 are even BIGGER! We expect to provide needed tools and equipment for more schools in the area. You can help by participating in Upcoming Events.

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Autism hits families hard and we're fighting every day to try and help others in the same situation. We hope you'll share an interest and join us in this fight. Become a donor today!

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6th Annual Emma’s Emmbassadors Golf Tournament

January 2, 2015 @ 4:05 pm posted by doug

DSC_0149A new year is upon us and now is the time to Mark Your Calendars!

We are looking forward to seeing everyone on April 27, 2015 at Bentwater Golf Club in Acworth, GA.

We have heard your comments and are revamping the pricing structure and sponsorships, but are keeping the overall event very similar.

Keep checking back with us in the coming weeks for pricing and discount opportunities.




Bryant Mac Check donationThe members of the Praise Academy National Honor Society, with encouragement from Emmbassador Bryant MacMillan, sold gourmet lollipops to friends, family and classmates to raise funds for Emma’s Emmbassadors.  In total, this special group of future leaders, raised $259 and more importantly awareness about the mission of Emma’s Emmbassadors.

Thanks to you all!



2014 Emma’s Emmbassadors Golf Tournament

May 12, 2014 @ 6:13 am posted by doug

We have shared all the winners at the 5th Annual Golf Tournament the past few days, but no one has won as much as the children in North Georgia who are affected by Autism.  This year’s event helped raised needed funds and awareness and we are excited to begin preparations for next year’s tournament.  Thank you again to all the volunteers who make the tournament run so smoothly; especially Joanne Langdon and Stephanie Vail.


Another big Shout Out to Chris MacMillan who tireless worked on all our communications media…many thanks, Fish!


Lastly, Beth Hiser and Kristina D’Antuano for their efforts to get so many local businesses involved with this year’s event by donating raffle prizes or sponsoring holes.  Thank you so much ladies!  Kristina is on the right below, but unfortunately Beth was out of town during this year’s event.