The Martin Boys

Bless those who see life through a different window and those who understand their view.
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  • $260.00 Donated
  • $1,000.00 Goal
  • 3 Donors
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About the Campaign

Our names are Julie and EB Martin. We have 3 kiddos. First there is Easton (7), then Beckett (4) and last but not least Remy (2).  Easton was diagnosed with Autism when he was almost 3 years old. We were extremely lucky to get Easton ABA services through Hope Reach. Easton was not talking at all before but now he uses full sentences. He keeps us and all of our Project Hope Family on our toes because you never know what he is going to say!  He is now in Hope Academy BTG 1st grade. I think he can add and subtract faster than we now : )!!

Then we have Beckett (Becks). He was diagnosed when he was about 2 1/2 years old. Becks also receives ABA therapy with Hope Reach and now attends Hope Academy BTG K4. He has been talking for less than a year but now can tell you want he wants or needs.  During class he has been spelling out words with puzzles pieces and his teacher and therapist noticed. So now they are working on spelling and reading!  He loves all animals and Pete the Cat!

I can’t explain how grateful we are to Project Hope Foundation!  They have made such a huge impact on our lives. Everyone at Hope loves each and every child like they are their own!  They help us work through the trying times and celebrate with us when the boys have successes!

We would love if you would help us and donate to the Hope Relay so Project Hope can help many more children and their families just like they have for ours.

The Martin Family

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  • Jean and Stan Hamrick

    Love these two boys and forever thankful for Project HOPE and what they are doing to help our grandchildren. Love Grandma and Papa

    October 3, 2018 at 8:18 pm Reply

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  • Jean and Stan Hamrick

    Love these two boys and forever thankful for Project HOPE and what they are doing to help our grandchildren. Love Grandma and Papa

    October 3, 2018 at 8:18 pm Reply