Matt & Nicole Olson to Host ReClif Community’s 2nd Annual Diamond Casino Night at Truist Park, January 12th

Proceeds will support ReClif Community’s efforts to advance autism inclusion and change the conversation surrounding autism

Atlanta Braves first baseman Matt Olson. (AP Photo/Alex Slitz)

WHAT: On Friday, January 12, Atlanta Braves first baseman Matt Olson and his wife Nicole will host ReClif Community’s 2nd Annual Diamond Casino Night. In partnership with the Atlanta Braves Foundation, the black tie casino night will be held in the Delta SKY360° Club at Truist Park. All proceeds will benefit ReClif Community.

More than 52% of the 3.5 million Americans who are affected by autism spectrum disorder typically begin a life of isolation after high school, when publicly sponsored programs usually end. Especially for those who lack the financial means to do otherwise, many of these young adults face the daunting prospect of a lifetime of loneliness. As the fastest growing developmental disorder in existence, autism needs a lifelong community support system for a lifelong diagnosis. ReClif Community strives to live the motto of its founder by “changing the conversation surrounding autism,” giving a voice to those in need and speaking up for those who cannot.

Visit to learn more about the organization, donate, or sign up for the mailing list for next year’s event. 

Additional details on how the Atlanta Braves partner with Matt and Nicole Olson and ReClif Community:

WHERE: Delta SKY360° Club at Truist Park

755 Battery Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30339

WHO: Atlanta Braves first baseman Matt Olson, Nicole Olson, and ReClif Community Director Reece Blankenship

WHEN:                Friday, January 12

                             7:00 – 8:30pm

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