About the Holmans Foundation
HOLMANS has a rich tradition of giving back to our communities with a primary focus of helping Autism Specific programs in our public school systems.
How it all began…
Anthony D. Trujillo, president of HOLMANS USA, established the HOLMANS Foundation for Autism in 2013 to increase public interest and awareness of Autism, recognize deserving teachers, and provide needed technology for Autism specific classrooms in public schools.
A recent survey indicated that one in fifty school-aged children in the United States is afflicted by Autism. The HOLMANS Foundation is inspired by Mr. Trujillo’s beautiful daughter Sophia who was diagnosed with Autism at an early age. When Mr. Trujillo bought her an iPad he noticed an improvement in her communication skills. Through this discovery Mr. Trujillo realized that he could positively impact the educational development of Autistic children by putting iPads in their classrooms. Not only was this a great idea but also a perfect charitable outlet for a technology based company such as HOLMANS .
We are working hand-in-hand with classroom teachers who have developed special curriculum using this technology. Through 2016 HOLMANS has donated a hundred and thirty tablets. The Foundation reached a major mile-stone in 2014 and is now a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.
All net proceeds are used to buy technology and improve the quality of life for Autistic children, their parents, and teachers.
Holmans Foundation Board of Directors
Anthony D. Trujillo
Chairmen of the Board
Vice Chairmen of the Board
Executive Vice President/Co-Owner
Traci J. Wolf
Wolf & Fox, P.C.
Attorney at Law
VP of Sales
Roybal-Mack & Cordova, P.C.
Attorney at Law
New Mexico Bank & Trust
Business Banking, Vice President
Briones Business Law Consulting, P.C.
Attorney & Counselor at Law
Albuquerque Public Schools
Associate Superintendent (Retired)
Real Time Solutions
Chief Operating Officer
Ricci & Company, LLC
New York Life
Managing Partner New Mexico Office
Want to get involved?
We're passionate about the work we do. Our deep personal ties to the autism community inspire us every day to help all children in public school classrooms to reach for the stars.
Everyone has different skills, talents and passions. What makes you unique is what makes you special, and without you, the community wouldn't be the same.
We rely on donations to do our work - increase public interest & awareness of Autism, recognize deserving teachers, & provide needed technology for Autism specific classrooms.
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