Funding 15,000+ Autism Screenings

On Wednesday evening, CSR Cares’ board member, Laura Bonafede-Odom, was the proud representative at Autism Tree Project Foundation‘s (ATPF) Bay Area Parent Mentor Night at Stanford University. The Parent Mentor Night was hosted by Dr. Lawrence Fung, M.D., PH.D. The ATPF Parent Mentor Program serves families living with autism by offering personal support in a caring and warm environment. Parent mentors are there for mentees to lend an ear, help problem solve and guide the community to the resources children need. The night consisted of an insightful presentation, followed by recognizing CSR Cares as a strong Community Partner. Dr. Fung has opened doors and paved the way for internship and research programs at Stanford University involving those with autism. As a future outlook, the possibilities are endless.

As a result of CSR Care’s donations over the years, ATPF has gained the ability to conduct over 15,000 childhood screenings for autism detection in schools, free of charge. CSR Cares continues to host events to directly benefit ATPF on an annual basis. In years past, CSR Cares has proudly donated $20,000+ in 2017, in addition to 14 years of Golf Tournaments. 2018’s Annual Event is sure to be a success.