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  • University of San Diego Football Mentor Program - Working with the Autism Tree Project Foundation, the USD Toreros football team mentors ATPF kids, hosts ATPF families at Toreros events and raises autism awareness in our community.
  • Girls Mentor Program - designed to pair Autism Tree Project Foundation mothers and daughters with National Charity League, Del Sol Chapter, mothers and daughters by providing fun, annual girls-only events.
  • University of San Diego Baseball Player Mentor Program - designed to pair USD athletes with ATPF kids during the baseball season.
  • Support Autism Tree Project Foundation by starting your shopping at smile.amazon.com
  • Autism Tree Project Foundation Musical Playgroup - Hosted at our San Diego office each month at no cost to participating families.
  • AutismFITT Club™ - Exercise & Fitness for Children and Adults with Autism in San Diego.

Progress to Date

Funds Raised 2015: $84,106

24% of ATPF 2015 Operating Budget

Children Screened: 8,737

BELLA NOTTE: A Night Under the Stars at Caffe Bella Italia

August 20, 2015

 

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ATPF NOW TAKES VEHICLE DONATIONS!!!

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DONATE your vehicle TODAY! 

Upcoming Events

Secret Jungle by Secret Table

August 01, 2015 10:00 am

www.secrettable.co  READY for the most incredible experience we have ever created?

We are now in our 3rd year of production and are more excited than ever to continue this movement! This event ...




5th Annual Girls SUMMER ART CAMP

August 01, 2015 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm





San Diego Harley Davidson: UFC Fight Night for ATPF

August 01, 2015 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm





5th Annual Girls SUMMER ART CAMP

August 08, 2015 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm





ATPF Musical Playgroup

August 14, 2015 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Big thanks to Angela Neve & Julie Guy, Music Therapists & Owners of The Music Therapy Center of California, for hosting these fun groups for the whole family! Kids learn how to interact, commu ...




Supporting Families Affected by Autism

Founded in 2003 Autism Tree Project Foundation (ATPF) is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving communities in San Diego County and The Bay Area by assisting with Education, Advocacy, Early Intervention Preschool Screening and Mentoring for families impacted by autism.

ATPF provides free Early Intervention Preschool Screenings to over 2,400 youth annually with 8,737 preschoolers screened to date since 2006.

ATPF’s Youth Education and Developmental Services coordinates and provides 17 FREE intensive programs, designed to engage youth with autism in a variety of services which aim at improving their confidence, behaviors and their social communications. 

Every family tree is touched by autism. If you don't know someone with autism you will. Autism affects 1 in 50 school aged children, ages 6-17.

*Center for Disease Control & Prevention, 2013.

THANK YOU!

We say thank you to our members who make automatic donations to ATPF monthly. Your donations make it possible for us to continue to provide our 16 programs at no cost to our children and families! 

ATPF MARIPOSA Members

David & Deborah Johnson

The Monica Lynn Savoie Foundation

Chris & Michelle Riley

Chris & Linda Townson

Regan & Andrew Wiese

Tim & Karen Wright

ATPF Monthly Members

Veronica Carranza 

Marie Fukumoto-Fowle

Scott & Ann Leslie 

Elizabeth Nadjar 

Latest News

  • Second Annual Cornhole Classic Scores Big for Local San Diego Charities

    Written by Lisa Kaufman, July 22, 2015

    A cross-section of more than 200 industry professionals, including subcontractors, owner’s representatives, design professionals and DPR employees, gathered at DPR’s San Diego office June 11 for the region’s second annual Cornhole Classic. The event featured plenty of down-home, backyard fun, friendly competition and networking – all while raising at least $16,000 for two local charities.

    Photo courtesy Emily Robertson

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