Hunter Hinze Scholarship Fund

In memory of Hunter Hinze, a remarkable young student with autism who passed away in May 2015, the Autism Society of Texas established the Hunter Hinze Fund, to support adult transition services for young adults or adults with autism who are in need of financial support.

Hunter was a senior at Rouse High School in Leander ISD and his family was working towards his transition from school to adulthood with uncertainty. This fund was established using funds raised by “Hunter’s Velociposse”, the cycling/run/walk team that the Hinze family  started for the Autism Society of Texas annual autism bike ride and fun run in April 2015. Tragically, Hunter passed away a month later.  As top fundraiser in the individual category, the “Velociposse” raised over $2,000 for those with autism and their families. The fund now has over $2350 and will continue to grow.

Please donate now to support this scholarship fund and designate it towards the “Hunter Hinze Adult Transition Services Fund”.

Apply for a Hunter Hinze transition grant here.