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Gift of Hope

Gift of Hope, ACCi

Gift of Hope Recipient on behalf of SUKI Foundation for Rett Syndrome:  Brian Bateh  also pictured: Keith Keller, Rita Cash, Bobby Welch

This year, the partners of ACCi – Bobby Welch and Keith Keller challenged the ACCi staff in our 3rd annual invitation nominating a worthy cause for consideration as a recipient of the Gift of Hope.

In years past, we have donated dollars, time & skills to Restoration Academy, Safehouse of Shelby County, Sav-A-Life, Operation Christmas Child and other
organizations over the years.

A few were nominated this year in the areas of:

missionary, etc.

Upon selection, we invited the recipient to our office to meet our team and be presented with their Gift of Hope check. This year, the selected Non-Profit recipient is the SUKI Foundation for Rett Syndrome. Pictured is Brian Bateh founder, along with Bobby Welch, Keith Keller, and Rita Cash of ACCi.

SUKI Foundation is a not-for profit organization created in honor of our daughter, Sarah Katherine, affectionately known as Suki, following her diagnosis of Rett Syndrome at age two. In efforts to raise awareness and assist children in reaching their potential through early intervention services, SUKI Foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of those affected with RS and other neurological disorders. With early detection and diagnosis, the life of a child with RS can greatly be improved. Funds will assist families in early detection, and upon diagnosis, be instrumental in assuring Early Intervention by providing support, education, and the most therapeutic services possible through Early Learning Programs.

Marie & Brian Bateh
Co-Presidents, SUKI Foundation

To learn more, please visit SUKI Foundation for Rett Syndrome