ATC could not do all that we do without our generous donors. With support from individuals to community groups and local businesses, we are able to focus our attention on what matters most – the children and adults who need our services. Since 1976, the Autism Treatment Center has assisted individuals with autism throughout their lives as they learn, play, work and live in the community. Calls and referrals to ATC for autism services have increased significantly; approximately 1,500 a year! ATC is working to increase the number of classrooms, therapy rooms, therapists, and group homes in the community to meet the needs of these individuals, and we need your help. The generosity of your gifts will help us achieve our goals as we seek to give hope and inspiration to the children and adults of the Autism Treatment Center and their families. There are many ways to give to ATC. Read about the different ways you can get involved and choose the one that works for you!
From $5 to $5,000,000, your dollars make a difference! We rely on our donors to help support and expand our programs and services. Make a donation and know that you are making a positive impact in the lives of the children and adults at ATC.
ATC established the Continuous Autism Resource Endowment (CARE) Fund, a restricted account, designed to stabilize ATC’s resources through uncertain economic times and difficult financial markets. With a gift to the CARE Fund donors can help ensure a bright future for ATC.
ATC’s Planned Giving program allows donors to put their assets to work for them while also investing in ATC’s future. Financial planning ensures that your charitable giving continues after you have passed on.
Our Community Partners are generous people and organizations who have decided to organize a fundraiser/event benefitting the
From shoelaces to braces, ATC provides for those in our program. We are often in need of items for our individuals, homes, and school.
Roundup for Autism
The Bobby Norris Roundup for Autism is one of Texas’ largest fundraisers for autism. Roundup raises funds specifically to support the Autism Treatment Centers of Texas’ programs and services. Read more and learn how you can get involved in this great event at www.RoundupForAutism.org