Trisha Cooper is the recipient of the She Makes A Difference Award, given by the Central California Women’s Conference and PG&E. In her search for help with her son, Brandon, who has autism, Trisha has become a dynamite fund-raiser, catalyst for action and inspiration for autism activism and understanding.
Trisha Cooper is the recipient of the She Makes A Difference Award, given by the Central California Women’s Conference and PG&E. In her search for help with her son, Brandon, who has autism, Trisha has become a dynamite fund-raiser, catalyst for action and inspiration for autism activism and understanding. Contributed by Exception Parents Unlimited Children’s Center
Trisha Cooper is the recipient of the She Makes A Difference Award, given by the Central California Women’s Conference and PG&E. In her search for help with her son, Brandon, who has autism, Trisha has become a dynamite fund-raiser, catalyst for action and inspiration for autism activism and understanding. Contributed by Exception Parents Unlimited Children’s Center

Thumbs up, thumbs down: How one Fresno woman helped 30,000 children

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