Former NASCAR SC Rookie of the Year joins Project Hope Foundation supporting Autism Awareness

Woodruff, SC (WSPA-TV) - A new partnership between car racing and the Autism community is hoping to bring attention and support to families impacted by the disorder.

One teen pro late model racer is hoping to help spread the word as quickly as he can.

The Project Hope Foundation offers a lifespan of services to the Autism community.

They are partnering with Colby Howard, former 2017 NASCAR SC  Rookie of the Year and current Anthony Campi racing, driver.  

Tuesday, students and clients at Project Hope in Woodruff had the opportunity to sign the hood of the pro late model drivers racecar.

Howard’s car will features the Project Hope Foundation logo on the hood and right side in honor of the collaboration.

The signed hood, will also be on display at the evening of Hope gala, the nonprofit organization’s annual fundraiser and auction, at the Greenville Convention Center on Saturday, April 27.

To sign up for the gala and attend visit  https://www.projecthopesc.org/eoh

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Here’s more about Project Hope Foundation

project hope foundation provides a lifespan of services for the autism community, through programs that help families, open minds, promote inclusion and expand potential. We are broad in our scope, serving across ages (from two to young adults), across the spectrum of autism, and across programs (aba therapy, classroom options, adult employment, social groups, life skills, community outreach, professional trainings). We are individualized in our approach, seeking to meet the unique needs of each specific person. Founded in 1997 by moms looking for services for their young sons with autism, project hope foundation offers programs that benefit not only the child affected with autism but also the entire family, all of whom are forever changed by this DIAGNOSIS. WWW.PROJECTHOPESC.ORG