Eclipse Soccer Club Teams up with Hope for Three

HopeForThreeJanuary 31, 2014

Eclipse Soccer Club Teams up with Hope for Three

Eclipse Soccer Club is kicking off Autism Awareness Month in style. The Club, which has over 2200 Recreational and Select players ages 4-18, will sell specially-designed t-shirts to raise awareness and benefit Fort Bend families living with the challenges of autism. Players will sport their shirts at practices and training sessions for the entire month of April to show their support. All proceeds from the sales of t-shirts benefit Hope for Three.

“At Eclipse, we are always proud to join forces with organizations such as Hope for Three,” said John Wesley, who sits on the Board of Directors for Eclipse. “Eclipse’s philosophy is to encourage all participants to reach their maximum potential while developing a passion for the game. We hope our efforts to raise autism awareness will help the 1 in 50 school-aged children affected by autism to reach their maximum potential as well.”

Hope for Three is a Fort Bend-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to raise community awareness and provide financial and emotional support to families with children on the autism spectrum.

Team for Three Eclipse

Front Row Players, L-R: Sydney Burke, Kailey Barger, Rachel Bay, Lauren Vinson, Reagan Main, Haven Terry, Hannah Booth, Susan White
Standing, L to R: John Wesley, Eclipse Board of Directors, Kim Vinson, Eclipse Board of Directors; Darla Farmer, Founder & Executive Director, Hope for Three
Photo Credit: Brenda Perry

For more information, please visit or call 1-800-317-0787.

Media Contact: Stacey Milton, 832-647-8261,

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