Progress to Date

Funds Raised 2019: $142,493

32% of ATPF 2019 Operating Budget

Children Screened: 17,696

SLP Students Trained at SJSU: 2,100

Garret Hoff

Director of ATPF Intern & Young Volunteer Program

Garret Hoff

In 2003, Garret's parents, Todd and Dayna, founded ATPF when he was diagnosed with autism at the age of 2 1/2.  Since then, Garret has played a key role in growing ATPF to the incredible organization it is today-- providing more than 20 free programs to children and families impacted by autism in San Diego County and the Bay Area.  Since 2007, Garret has been a dedicated ATPF volunteer and wholeheartedly devoted himself to giving back to ATPF children and families. Through his vision to elevate ATPF as one of San Diego's premiere service organizations, Garret created and developed the ATPF Intern & Young Volunteer Program in 2014, which now has more than 40 interns and more than 300 volunteers.

Garret has been a true leader and inspiration at ATPF and shines bright not only throughout San Diego but on a global scale. In September of 2013, Garret represented ATPF on a global scale by presenting ATPF research internationally with Dr. Jean Novak at Jagiellonian University in Poland. Through his time and contributions, Garret has raised more than $50,000 to support ATPF's programs and services. Hoff was awarded the ATPF GLOBAL LEADERSHIP AWARD in April 2018 for his tireless commitment to creating brighter futures for children with autism and their families. Hoff will be attending George Washington University as a Freshman in the fall of 2018. 

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