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A Sustainable Special Needs Community
Sunflower Hill is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization working to create a sustainable residential community for individuals with special needs – similar to senior living. Our community would not only support life-long living opportunities, but social, vocational, educational and recreational programs to ensure a full and productive life.
In November 2015, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released a updated statistic: one in 45 boys born in California are now being diagnosed with Autism. This is a increase from one in 150 in 1992 and essentially means that approximately two percent of all children in the United States ages 3-17 have some form of Autism. As these children become adults, there is and will continue to be a tremendous need for housing and support services.
Sunflower Hill seeks to enhance the options available to those with special needs by creating a diverse community of choice that supports a sustainable, productive and happy quality of life.
Sunflower Hill 2019 Year At A Glance
Take a Sneak Peak at Our Exceptional Year Ahead! As Sunflower Hill supporters, we know you’ll share our excitement for the changes and transformation that 2020 will bring! From the opening of Sunflower Hill at Irby Ranch, to a new spin on our Annual Gala, and so much more –…
Our Giving Tuesday, Give the Gift of Empowerment, campaign was a success! Read our December newsletter for details and the total amount raised. Also, check out the newsletter for ways to volunteer and make a difference in 2020! We wish you and your family Happy Holidays and a Joyous 2020!…
Organization will use grant to enrich its Stable Cafe program Pleasanton, CA, December 16, 2019: Sunflower Hill announced today that it has won a grant from Robert Half, a global human resource consulting firm based in Menlo Park, California with offices in the Tri-Valley. The grant, totaling $5,000, will be…