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Funding Links

Autism Radio - Autism Grant

 

Autism Radio™ is a Non Profit 501(c)(3) Organization that is committed to making a difference in the Autism Community. Their mission is to improve the lives of the individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their friends and families, who struggle to understand, treat, care for, and get the help necessary for their loved ones.

TACA - Family Scholarship Program

 

The TACA Family Scholarship Fund was developed to help families who are pursuing treatment for their children with autism, but are struggling to find the funding. We understand how difficult it is to stretch the family budget. It is our desire to provide limited financial assistance to eligible families. They also provide other information related to autism under their resource list at the bottom of their web page.

Generation Rescue - Rescue Family Grant Program

 

Rescue Family Grants provide autism treatment to families in financial need. The grant provides financial support, products and services for auditory listening therapy, dietary intervention training, dietary supplements, two doctor visits, and lab testing. To date, more than 700 individuals have participated in the program and report a better quality of life and improvement in speech, language, behavior, health and wellness, and social interaction.

Autism Care TODAY - Grant Program

ACT grants are designed to provide access to individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Achieva Family Trust - Charitable Residual Program

Some individuals and families lack the resources to access critical special needs support. Achieva Family Trust's Charitable Residual Program provides supplemental supports and services for children and adults with disabilities and a demonstrated need.

Ginny Gives Grant

The objective of the grant program is to enhance the quality of life for those living with Dementia, their caregivers, and the public at-large, by underwriting events and activities in nursing homes, continuing care residential communities, and elsewhere in the Dementia community, primarily in the following general categories: Music, Art, Sensory, and Dance/Movement.

Global Down Syndrome Foundation Educational Grants

The Global Down Syndrome Foundation Educational Grants are a benefit for Global members. The Grants are a direct result of surveys sent to many local Down syndrome organizations and feedback from DSAIA Leadership Conference workshops. The surveys and feedback underscored the importance of local educational programs towards creating a brighter future for people with Down syndrome. The Grants go directly to Down syndrome organizations to host educational programs for self-advocates, medical professionals, teachers, and parents. The Grants will provide parameters to ensure that such educational programs are successful and sustainable.

Lauren's Hope Foundation

Lauren’s Hope Foundation Inc. hosts various events throughout the Lehigh Valley, PA in an effort to boost opportunities for children with Cerebral Palsy and other related musculoskeletal disorders resulting from a brain injury at birth or acquired at a later date.

Do Better 4 Steve


Do Better 4 Steve works with teachers, social workers and community leaders to solicit and receive requests for aid to help pay for things such as but not limited to:

  • Learning devices for disabled students

  • Summer camp attendance

  • Music lessons or instruments

  • Child Care Services

  • Learning Services

  • Tutoring including college preparatory services

  • YMCA program attendance

Autism Family Resource Grants

One-time $500 grants are awarded to families in financial need; household income may not exceed $50,000 per year. All funds awarded are paid directly to the vendor or service provider to pay for therapy equipment, safety equipment or services. Email requests for an application along with name, address, phone number and email address to: info@autismfamilyresources.org.

Varghese Summersett Autism Scholarship and Down Syndrome Scholarship

These separate scholarship help children under 15 that are diagnosed with Autism or

Down syndrome to afford educational or recreational opportunities.

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