This list is only a resource to assist you in finding possible grants from charitable organizations. All questions regarding grants should be directed to the organization listed, via their website or phone number.The Kaufman Children’s Center has made every effort to provide high-quality and helpful grant information listed below, but they cannot be held liable for errors or the quality of the grant sources. Information should be independently verified and confirmed.
Posted by Emily K. Hulse
www.aacfinc.org 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.
www.aboutprojectIam.com is strictly a fundraising foundation whose main function is to distribute money to families in the Toledo area so they can have their children diagnosed, treated, and moving forward while living with Autism.
www.act-today.org fund effective treatments, assessments and needed life supports with grants from $100-$5,000. Applications with multiple children with ASD and households with income below $100,000 are reviewed first.
www.acttodayformilitaryfamilies.org real help for military families dealing with autism.
www.angelautismnetwork.org A.N.G.E.L. Inc offers assistance and support for children with autism living in Wisconsin.
www.autismcares.org This collaborative agency offers funding to families across the US who are living with autism and also are coping with a major crisis such as flood or fire. AutismCares assists families who meet the eligibility criteria to cover costs associated with housing, automobile repair, insurance premiums, medical care, prescriptions, daycare, funeral expenses, and other items on a case-by-case basis. Income cap of $40,000.
www.autismescapes.org primary purpose is to arrange air travel on private jets for families in need of medical care for their children.
www.bloomingwithautism.org $80,000 annual income cap and grants for $2,000 for therapies.
www.friendsofjacob.org Provide financial assistance for medical bills, therapy, equipment, therapeutic horseback riding and respite care for Michigan residents.
www.generationrescue.org Many individuals with autism suffer from treatable conditions like gut issues, sleep disorders and mitochondrial dysfunction which directly impact speech development, behavior and focus. Our grant program provides the opportunity to pursue treating these underlying symptoms of autism
www.gohfoundation.org Spectrum of Hope Foundation provides advocacy grants to families in California.
www.theisaacfoundation.org The ISAAC Foundation provides financial grants for therapy to families in Spokane, Stevens, Lincoln, Whitman and Kootenai Counties in Washington state.
www.itaalk.org provides interactive technology to children (0-22) with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, and educational training on interactive technology to families, educators, and service providers of children with special needs.
www.jacksplaceforautism.com Jack’s Place for Autism Foundation has created “Jack’s Dollars”, a Scholarship Program to help families in Michigan afford the support they need for a variety of programs
www.lend4health.blogspot.com/ a unique program that provides interest free microloans (in the amount of a few hundred dollars) to families from other families. Families interested in receiving a loan post on the blog, and may receive contributions that must be paid back over time.
www.lilmackids.org The Lil MAC Kids Foundation was formed to assist needy families in Ohio and Minnesota bridge the gap for therapies for ASD. Applications are accepted October-November and awarded by December 15th.
www.maggieshope.org always looking for ways to directly help families in need that are affected by autism
www.mygoalautism.org The purpose of MyGOAL Family Grant is to enrich the body, mind, and spirit of individual(s) with Autism Spectrum Disorders, resulting in a higher quality of life. New Jersey residents only.
www.nationalautismassociation.org NAA’s Helping Hand Program was developed as a financial aid tool for families most in need. Do not apply if annual net income exceeds $50,000.
www.pjjraf.org Pervis Jackson Jr Autism Foundation has start a fund to help needy parents of children with disabilities to get respite or other support services
www.tacanow.org/about-taca/family-scholarship-program/ assistance with diagnosis, DAN! Conference, DAN! Appointments, follow up and lab work.
www.thecolorofautism.org organization committed to educating and assisting African American families with Autistic children. The Back to School iPad Program opens several times through out the year.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact Speech-Language Pathologist Christine Wilson!