Progress to Date

Funds Raised 2019: $17,845

4% of ATPF 2019 Operating Budget

Children Screened: 17,480

SLP Students Trained at SJSU: 2,100

Second Annual Cornhole Classic Scores Big for Local San Diego Charities

Written by Lisa Kaufman on Wednesday, 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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Summer is HERE!

Written by Lisa Kaufman on Wednesday, July 1, 2015.

See all of our upcoming July & August events!

SUMMER is HERE! Don't miss out on all we have coming up on our July & August calendar: Bridge to the Beach Day, Del Mar Fair Tickets, Daddy Daughter Dance, Girls Summer ART Camp, USD Football Player Meet & Greet, & MUCH MORE...To sign up, volunteer or get involved with any upcoming event, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 619-222-4465

A wonderful match: Big San Jose State football players, small children with autism

Written by Lisa Kaufman on Saturday, April 11, 2015.

San Jose State University Football Players Mentor Kids with Autism

Taylor Odom, far left, and twin sister Jessica Odom, pose with San Jose state football players Rob Fiscalini and Jarrod Lawson last football season. The

Taylor Odom, far left, and twin sister Jessica Odom, pose with San Jose state football players Rob Fiscalini and Jarrod Lawson last football season. The twin girls from San Jose are autistic and take part in a program where San Jose State football players serve as mentors. (Courtesy Jean Novak/ Autism Tree Project Foundation

SAN JOSE -- After a recent spring football practice, San Jose State Coach Ron Caragher gathered his team around and told them about a special group of youngsters who would be coming to Spartan Stadium to hang out for a morning with any interested players.

Quarterback Joe Gray couldn't wait to volunteer.

"I took a quick shower and then signed up my name -- and the names of the other three quarterbacks," Gray said. "I joked that they had no choice."