our mission in 2019
Emma’s Emmbassadors, Inc. continues to grow in support. We cannot thank our Emmbassadors enough for all that they have done and continue to do year-in and year-out. We closed out 2017 with our First Annual Emma's Emmbassadors Sporting Clays Classic held at the beautiful Garland Mountain Sporting Clays Classic where we were able to raise over $2000! Under the leadership of Emmbassador David "Vegas" Hensley, we know that our Second Annual Sporting Clays Classic being held on October 19, 2018 will be even better!!! MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!!!
Grant requests increased this year which is fantastic and 2018 is already off to a fast start. We were able to help one of our favorites again this year; Isaiah. If you remember from last year, besides being on the Autism Spectrum, Isaiah suffers from Apert Syndrome. This rare craniofacial disorder requires several surgeries that have already been completed, but as he grows, he will require more. Emma’s Emmbassadors once again provided tuition assistance for Isaiah to attend a specialized school that will give him the best chance of staying on track in his education.
We also delivered several IPads to children to aid in development and communication while several grants assisted families with the Katie Beckett/Deeming Waiver which improves their ability to take advantage of government assistance for children with special needs like Autism.
We will have our 10th Annual Golf Tournament on April 29, 2019 at the beautiful Bentwater Golf Club in Acworth, GA to help raise needed funds. We won’t leave out the ladies as we will re-institute our Emma’s Night Out close to Christmas once again.
We have some really big dreams to help these children today have better lives as young adults so every dollar matters. We are also looking for companies who want to help us deliver on our promise to help all families affected by autism. Please reach out to us below to find out how you can help us achieve for those that can't achieve on their own.
Thank you in advance for your support and generosity as we get back to what we are good at; helping those families and children dealing with autism.