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Erin's Hope for Friends Kentucky Program

e's Club Lexington

Erin’s Hope for Friends is on a
mission to create lasting relationships through joyful interactions for autism spectrum teens and young adults. We help develop these relationships through the e’s Club program, a social program for teens and young adults on the spectrum designed to help them build and foster friendships.

** Current Opportunities for Youth and Families **

  • Virtual e’s Club: Held multiple nights weekly, this online option provides youth a fun and safe way to interact with peers from the comfort of home.

    • Teens (ages 12 through 18): Tuesday through Friday, 7:00-8:00 PM

    • Young adults (ages 18 through 24): Saturday 7:00-8:00 PM & Sunday 4:00-5:00 PM

  • e’s Club Family Events: Held monthly, these events allow youth and their families to connect at community activities such as ice cream socials, bowling, outdoor movie nights, and festivals.

Come along and join the mission! Email us at


Mailing address:

Erin’s Hope for Friends – KY Program

PO Box 910044

Lexington KY 40591


 You can also find us on Facebook or call 859.538.6047

The Lexington e’s Club is a service of the Kentucky Program of Erin’s Hope for Friends,

led by a locally formed board of directors.


Our Board of Directors

Erin's Hope for Friends Kentucky

Tammy Hammond-Natof

Board Chair

Cindi Blyberg


Liz Maybriar


Krista McManis

Outreach Chair

Dawn Broderson

Events Co-Chair

Maria Robinson

Events Co-Chair

Trevor Cox

e’s Club Site Chair

Matt Roberts

Outreach Committee

Georgeann Brown

Fundraising Committee

Karina Pezzi

Board Member


In the News

Learn more about the impact Erin's Hope for Friends has made on our community and see who's talking about us.

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Club provides kindness and belonging for teens with autism

April, 01, 2021

"Mason is part of something called e's Club. It's an organization for teens and young adults just like him. Mason's dad, Trevor, is on the board for the Kentucky chapter and he knew this would be perfect for his son"