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Please Help support Autism Awareness!



Have you ever looked into your child's innocent eyes and said "I love you"? Only to expect their tiny little voice to say, "I love you too"? What if you've never heard those words, and possibly never will?

Hope and Eric Montgomery of Richmond, TX face the realization that perhaps they may ever hear those words from their three little girls Londyn, Lakin and Lauren. All three girls, identical triplets have been diagnosed with Autism. They will be 5 years of age on March 25, 2011.

What you and I, and others can do is provide support and ease the evolving set of educational, health and financial challenges for this family.

Inspired by the Montgomery triplets, a "Support Autism Awareness" package of the highly popular BuzzBandz* (generically knows as silly bands) has been created. For each and every sale a portion of the proceeds benefit the Montgomery family and families with multiples affected by autism.

We are asking that you make a one-time purchase of the "Support Autism Awareness" bandz (they make great stocking stuffers for kids all ages!) from our web site: www.BuzzBandz.com


* 1 out of every 110 children will be diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
* Four times as many boys than girls will be diagnosed: 1 in 70
* Autism is more prevalent than pediatric cancer, AIDS and diabetes combined.
* It can cost $80 - $100K each year to treat someone with autism.
* There is no medical detection for autism.
* There is no known cure.
* Autism does not ‘go away’... it is a lifelong condition.

Should you wish to make an online contribution, giving is easy, visit our web site: www.HopeforThree.org 

CLICK HERE  to read more about our admiration and inspiration from the Montgomery family.

Blessed Be "Hope for Three" is applying for tax-exempt status as a 501 (c) 3 organization.

*Please NOTE: Buzzbandz is not a charitable organization and no part of the purchase price constitutes a charitable deduction.