Fundraising Resources for Autism Caregivers

Fundraising Resources for Autism Caregivers

Autism Society of Illinois 

ASI is a statewide chapter of the Autism Society of America. Its online Autism Resources Directory provides links to organizations for assistance, advocacy, education and support related to autism spectrum disorders. Its mission is to improve the lives of Illinois individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorders. For more information, call (630) 691-1270 or toll free at (866) 691-5553.


The Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Partnership 

GRASP's mission is to improve the lives of adults and teens on the autism spectrum through community outreach, peer supports, education, and advocacy. GRASP envisions a world where all individuals on the autism spectrum are respected, valued, and fairly represented; where appropriate supports and services are readily available to those in need; and where people on the spectrum are empowered to participate in policy and personal decisions that affect their lives. Make a donation.

GRASP is in need of a volunteer to help keep their website up to date. They need someone who is familiar with Dreamweaver and has a copy of their own to use. The person must also be, or become familiar with the full GRASP website. Looking for a volunteer to donate 30 minutes of their time per week. Interested candidates contact: sborris@grasp.com. Include your full name and resume or short paragraph about your qualifications for this position.


Northwest Indiana

Families for Effective Autism Treatment
Contact: Karen Mummery at (219) 765-7897 or karen@infeat.org

Autism Walk/5K Run
Where: Wicker Memorial Park
8554 Indianapolis Blvd.
Highland, IN 46322

Indiana Families for Effective Autism Treatment (INFEAT) has partnered with North Township Trustee, Frank J. Mrvan, to host our "Move Your Feet for INFEAT" Autism Walk-A-Thon/5K run at Wicker Memorial Park! We invite you to join us in our effort to raise funds for local events and education for individuals with autism and their families.

When: call for future events.