What Can Your ‘Cab’ Do?


In honor of April being Autism Awareness Month, ONEHOPE is kicking off a celebration of one of our most popular varietals (Cabernet Sauvignon) with the #CabernetCan campaign! At ONEHOPE, #CabernetCan do amazing things. Half of all sales of our California Cabernet and Napa Reserve Cabernet are dontated to our cause partner, ACT Today! to help provide ABA therapy for children with autism.

ACT Today! stands for Autism Care and Treatment Today! ACT Today! is a national nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to raise awareness and provide treatment services and support to families to help their children with autism achieve their full potential. ACT Today’s goal is to introduce and help facilitate early and on-going treatment by providing the necessary resources (including referrals, funding and guidance) to individuals with autism and their families. Studies demonstrate that early and intense intervention is important when treating individuals with autism, yet sadly very few of the effective treatments are covered by medical insurance and families are often delegated to piece together a treatment program for their child via multiple funding sources. Often, the child with autism must go without vital interventions due to financial restraints. ACT Today! strives to provide necessary services so that each child with autism can reach his or her highest potential. Learn More About ACT Today!

At ONEHOPE we are proud to be able to assist ACT Today! with providing funding for this necessary ABA therapy.

If you love a great Cabernet Sauvignon I hope you’ll consider purchasing some from my Store: viaONEHOPE.com/KimKantra

Cheers to making an impact… one bottle at a time! 🍷😊

Sending you big (((hugs)))


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