The Purpose of the Wall of Hope
The Wall of Hope was to created recognize individuals and businesses that help the Autism Treatment Center meet $1.1 million in challenge grants for our Building Futures Capital Campaign by December 31, 2017. Proceeds from the Wall of Hope will be used to build ATC's new Learning and Opportunity Center, a 20,000 sq. ft. facility on Nacogdoches Rd. that will increase access to specialized education and vocational programs for children and adults with autism in the San Antonio area.
How it Works
The Wall of Hope is made of virtual stones personalized with the name of the donor(s), a company logo, or in honor or memory of a loved one. Each stone can link to a company website or to a custom web page about the donor or a person they wish to recognize.
How the Wall of Hope will be Displayed
The Wall of Hope web page will be a permanent, dedicated link on the Autism Treatment Center website. In addition, a printed version of the Wall of Hope will be displayed on a 10 ft. banner at Autism Uncovered, an official Guinness World Record event to build the world’s largest blanket fort at Toyota Field on Saturday, November 18, 2017. Donors may view their sponsored stone on the Wall of Hope banner at this free community event and again at the groundbreaking and ribbon cutting ceremonies for the Learning and Opportunity Center. Once complete, the Learning and Opportunity Center will be the home for the Wall of Hope banner.
Want to Sponsor a Stone?
Sponsorships start at $400 and may be paid with a single donation from a person, family or company or from multiple donations made to an individual's fundraising campaign. We will help you set up an online fundraising page where you can share your story or recognize a loved one and ask others to make a contribution toward your stone. Click here to learn more about a Wall of Hope stone sponsorship.