In partnership with Matt & Nicole Olson, the Atlanta Braves are proud to work alongside ReClif Community in their mission to provide a chance for more typical life experiences for individuals living with autism and those who care for them.
Each Braves home game, a family impacted by autism is invited to enjoy a complimentary, sensory-friendly game experience at Truist Park. These seats, made possible by the generosity of Matt Olson’s donation to the Atlanta Braves Foundation, are branded as the “Matt Pack.” The accessible seats include a gift pack and close proximity to a quiet space.
For more information, email [email protected] or [email protected].
Founded by Matt’s longtime friend Reece Blankenship, who has autism and was unable to communicate his thoughts and emotions until age 19, ReClif Community aims to provide a chance for more typical life experiences for individuals living with autism & those that care for them and to empower beneficiaries with cognitive focused activities, social outreach, scholarship, and societal inclusion.
In short, ReClif Community strives to live Reece's motto by “changing the conversation surrounding autism.”
The Atlanta Braves are excited to offer information and resources for families to ensure attending games is a comfortable and fun experience for everyone! Guests who purchase Exceptional Fan tickets through the Accessible Seating Department will receive a Welcome Kit that includes a special credential, sensory map, and more.
For guests with disabilities visiting Truist Park, check out our Atlanta Braves Access Guide. Please contact [email protected] with any access questions not addressed on the website.
To learn more about ReClif Community, visit their website.