AssetMark is a leading strategic provider of innovative investment and consulting solutions serving independent financial advisors. They provide investment, relationship and practice management solutions that advisors use in helping clients achieve wealth, independence and purpose. 


AssetMark provided NMTSA with funding  in 2014 for new desks, chairs, and learning technology for ACT School. Additionally it has provided funding for clinical scholarships and clinical program development.

The Safeway Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides charitable funding to local charities and multiple other causes.


The Safeway Foundation provided NMTSA with funding for Adaptive Lesson Scholarships, Autism Social Skills Groups and and Sensory Education and Training Groups over a three year period.

A nationally recognized not-for-profit health and human service organization, John C. Lincoln Health Network provides progressive, innovative care to more than 100,000 patients each year, and is regarded as a national role model for community service.


John C. Lincoln Health Foundation provided funding for NMTSA's Philosophy and Practice and Competency-Based Communication Trainings for families and community professionals.

The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic fraternal service organization. KOC is dedicated to providing charitable services, promoting Catholic education, and actively defending Catholicism around the world.


Knights of Columbus has provided NMTSA with funding for neurologic music therapy scholarships to families.

Sundt employees give back to the communities where they live and work through the Sundt Foundation, which makes grants that improve the lives of disadvantaged children and adults. The Foundation also supports volunteer efforts by employees to collect food for disadvantaged families, repair homes, and raise money through fundraising events.


Sundt Foundation provided funding for the redesign and ongoing development of NMTSA's Information and Empowerment Center.

Walmart considers it their responsibility to make a positive impact in the communities they serve. Whether it’s through grants or the inspiring volunteer efforts of Walmart associates, Walmart is passionate about helping people live better.


Walmart provided NMTSA with funding for the IEP Advocacy Parent Training Program.


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