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We are very interested in supporting your Regional or Local Non Profit. To Apply you must demonstrate your Organization is a documented 501(c)3

We need Mission, History, Description, Accomplishments, Goals and Local needs assessment for board approval to begin Partnership Support.

Please contact Executive Director Tim Welsh for details on how to be involved
tim @autismaid.org

We our are proud to announce our partnership support with these organizations:

Started in 2005 by two parents of a child on the severe end of the autism spectrum, The Tommy Foundation has grown from a small dream in Lancaster, Pennsylvania to now an award winning foundation with connections all across the United States. MORE

Aid for Autistic Children Foundation, Inc.™ mission: Reduce the financial burden on poverty stricken and disenfranchised families and caretakers coping with autism, through debt forgiveness, so attention and resources can be focused on creating a proper living and learning environment for their autistic loved one. MORE

My son, Mason, was born on July 07, 2005. He was brilliant, beautiful and full of joy. He lit up our world and was the center of our universe. Sometimes he would break out into this glorious laughter, and even though you couldn't figure out what he was laughing at, you would join in because the sound of it touched your soul and filled it with joy. MORE

The Queens County Parents Autism Coalition, Inc. (QCPAC) is a highly committed, highly passionate, and dedicated group of parents and caregivers, who are working in the community as one for the progress of their children against Autism. QCPAC parents do not just sit back. They take action! We are more than a support group. We are family!! MORE

The Autism Society of Illinois(ASI) was founded more than 30 years ago for individuals with autism, parents, families, professional, corporate partners and friends. Our objective is to provide education, training, individual assistance and practical support for parents; increase public awareness of autism; offer a referral network of professionals...MORE

The A.skate Foundation is a non profit that allows children with autism to be a part of our social world through skateboarding. We hold clinics for children with autism at no cost to the families, give grants to children with autism for skateboard gear, as well as promote awareness and educate families about the skateboard industry...MORE

ANSWER's mission is to create a network that advocates for community awareness, furthering research, better education and support of individuals and families living with Aspergers Syndrome. We are an informational channel where ideas and resources can be shared utilizing; public relations, the web and parent networking. We support training for educators in the areas of Social Skills, Daily Living Skills, Relaxation and Transitional Skills. MORE

Our eco-friendly products are created with love and a purpose. A Texas behaviorist, Dr. Salek, working with children with behavior disorders took these amazing toy photographs and printed them on children’s clothes and stationery. 30% of all profits will be donated to various charities and service providers in the form of scholarships to directly help families with children with mental illness and/or autism receive the necessary services. Please support our cause. Change can come in any size.  MORE

SUMMER CAMP 2012
We are very grateful to all that have supported our summer camp on the farm program for ASD children and their siblings, however there are still a few children still awaiting scholarship /sponsors! You could really make a huge difference in the lives of these children by opening the opportunity to experience this camp program. Please click the link below to donate or sponsor a child for camp by clicking the special dedicated link below:

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Surfers Healing was founded by Israel and Danielle Paskowitz. His son, Isaiah, was diagnosed with autism at age three. Like many autistic children, he often suffered from sensory overload-- simple sensations could overwhelm him. The ocean was the one place where he seemed to find respite. ~ A former competitive surfer, Israel hit upon an idea--with Isaiah on the front of his surfboard, and Izzy steering from the back, the two spent the day surfing together. Surfing had a profound impact on Isaiah. Israel and Danielle decided they wanted to share this unique therapy with other autistic children. They began to host day camps at the beach where autistic children and their families could be exposed to a completely new experience of surfing...MORE

The ChildWise Institute is a non-profit social impact organization that is improving the lives of vulnerable and at-risk children. ~

On September 28th & 29th, 2012, The ChildWise Institute will bring together a powerful network of educators, mental health professionals, medical professionals, psychologists, individuals and parents from across the states of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming to Helena, Montana, for our first Autism & Asperser's Disorder Conference ...MORE

ACT Today! is a national non-profit that provides awareness and access to effective therapies and life supports for children with autism so that they can achieve their highest potential.  ACT Today! distributes individualized grants to pay for vital services and life supports.  ACT Today! believes that early and intensive therapies for children with autism are essential and that no child should be denied services due to financial restraints.  We have a quarterly grant cycle and will distribute up to $5000 per child. www.act-today.org

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ACT Today! for Military Families (ATMF) Understanding the unique needs of the mobile military family in the United States, ACT Today! launched the first national campaign to address the needs of military children impacted by autism in July 2010.  We providing direct support to families with service members who are active duty, retired, guards and reserve.    We have a quarterly grant cycle and will distribute up to $5000 per child.  Support includes help for items such as traditional therapies, safety equipment, assisted technology, summer programs and school support.    MORE

   
 

 

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