Who is Moton Hopkins III? Moton Hopkins III is a man who wears many hats.
Moton is a retired football player, now coach, with the Ottawa Redblacks.
Moton is the older brother of Matthew, a young, non-verbal adult with autism.
Moton is the man who created Mo’s Football Camp; a camp where children on the autism spectrum can sharpen their football skills.
Moton is the man who brought a group of professional football players and children on the autism spectrum together to play football and have fun!
Moton gives back to his community, and is an inspiration to those who know him. Moton’s inspiration is his brother. Moton believes in Matthew’s potential.
Who inspires you? What inspires you? Think about that for a moment. “Autism Ontario is giving people on the spectrum the opportunity to attend events and make friends. For parents, it’s all about connecting with people who understand what it’s like to raise someone on the spectrum. At the end of the day, Autism Ontario is creating awareness and continues to build a community.”
-Moton Hopkins III
Who inspires you? What inspires you? Think about that for a moment.
Please consider how Autism Ontario makes a real difference for those living with autism.