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Bravehearts Center for Place and Purpose, or BCPP, is hosting a new photography exhibit promoting disability awareness and inclusion in the community. Photography will be displayed at the Auburn Public Library from Sept. 25-Oct. 29. The kickoff for the exhibit will begin at 3 p.m. at the Auburn Public Library on Friday, Sept. 29, and Aubie will be in attendance. The kickoff event and the exhibit are free and open to the public.

BCPP is a joint outreach program of the social work program in the College of Liberal Arts and First Presbyterian Church of Auburn. It serves as an intensive diversity and inclusion training opportunity for Auburn University interns and volunteers across a variety of disciplines. BCPP is a comprehensive, post-high school health and wellness program that supports and enhances social skills, cognitive skills, self-esteem, creativity and work skills for young adults with developmental disabilities facing moderate to severe life challenges. BCPP supports these young adults and their families. BCPP is designed to provide a daily structured routine that cultivates mind, body and spirit through an inclusion focused partnership of university, faith and general communities.

For more information about BCPP, visit the program's website.