Progress to Date

Funds Raised 2019: $268,466

61% of ATPF 2019 Operating Budget

Children Screened: 19,294

SLP Students Trained at SJSU: 2,300

 2019 Giving Tuesday Telethon

The Autism Tree Project Foundation was founded in 2003 to raise funding for Early Intervention Research, to increase community awareness in San Diego and across the nation, to compile and disseminate the most up-to-date information regarding multi-disciplinary approaches to treating autism, and to educate parents, healthcare professionals, and the community about the characteristics and needs of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. ATPF's main focus is our Early Intervention Preschool Screening Program.

Our mission is to CARE:

  • Community
  • Awareness
  • Research and
  • Education.

We are committed to community awareness, research and education. Our goal is to build the CAN DO center in San Diego-- A Center for Autism and Neurological Disorders.