The George Foundation helps those with autism affected by Harvey

Quynh-Anh McMahan, The George Foundation grant officer, delivers a $25,000 check to Hope For Three Executive Director Darla Farmer to provide relief and assistance to Fort Bend families living with autism affected or displaced by Hurricane Harvey. (Submitted photo)

They say, “Every storm has a silver lining” and in Fort Bend County, that was and is true.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, neighborly support and fellowship are thriving and now, with the generosity of a caring and kind community, Hope For Three Autism Advocates can make a significant difference in the lives of many, including those affected by the hurricane.

“We applaud The George Foundation for presenting Hope For Three with a $ 25,000 check to provide relief and assistance to Fort Bend families living with autism affected or displaced by Hurricane Harvey,” said Darla Farmer, Hope For Three executive director. “The kindness continued, as Timewise generously provided a limited match for gas card donations.”

Unfortunately, the needs for children with autism have not changed and Hope For Three and its caring community continues to raise funds and awareness for individuals challenged with autism. Hope For Three’s dedication and commitment is to aid local families and provide helpful resources to communities. For autism families in Fort Bend County to receive assistance, call or text the Hope For Three Harvey Relief Assistance Hotline, 346-774-7770 or www.hopeforthree.org/harvey.

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