Building Futures Wall of Hope Campaign

Building better futures for children and adults with autism - one stone at a time.

A fundraising campaign for Autism Treatment Center

You can help us meet the match!

The Autism Treatment Center is raising money for a new 20,000 sq. ft. Learning and Opportunity Center for children and adults with autism in San Antonio. 

We are just $75,000 away from meeting $1.1 million in challenge grants for our Building Futures Capital Campaign that will help us grow our education, therapy and adult services programs.  This new facility will allow us to serve almost 200 more children and adults a year, but we must meet our goal before the end of the year!

How can you help?

  • Make an individual gift of any size.  Gifts of $400 and more will be recognized on our Wall of Hope at  Stones can be personalized and link to a company website or a page we create that recognizes someone special in your life.
  • Ask others to give.  Set up your own fundraising page at the link above and invite friends and family to give to your fundraising campaign.  Your fundraiser can be in honor or memory of someone you want to recognize on a Wall of Hope stone.
  • Make a multi-year pledge.  Every gift and every pledge counts!    If you would like to have a bigger impact by spreading your gift over 3-5 years, just contact Cynthia Hamilton at or (210) 538-0905.

Every gift matters, so please make yours today!

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About the Organization

Autism Treatment Center

The Autism Treatment Center opened in San Antonio in 1978 as a school for children with autism. Today, our programs include a TEA-accredited school for students ages 3-21; 7 community group homes for children and adults; a Medicaid-approved outpatient clinic for speech, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and Occupational therapy; and a downtown satellite ABA clinic at the Children's Hospital of San Antonio.

In 2017, ATC San Antonio provided direct care services to 239 children and adults, trained 117 parents and 23 professionals on behavioral therapy, and assisted an additional 6,500 individuals with information and referrals. We are currently building a new Learning and Opportunity Center next to our outpatient clinic on Nacogdoches Rd. that will allow us to serve an additional 200 children and adults with autism and related disorders each year.