Thank you for supporting the AAC! There are many ways you can give!
- As a not-for-profit organization we rely on philanthropists such as yourself to pursue our current activities, such as monthly meetings and networking events for young autistic adults, and develop new activities. Any $ amount helps, and your donation is Tax-deductible! Donate online below, or download the Donation/sponsorship form
- You can also provide your time and or your expertise into improving our organization and building further our community, such as help organize meetings, special events, fundraising activities and anything else you can think of! (please contact the Executive Director and/or the President directly via email).
- Donate to the Atlanta Autism Consortium, at no extra cost for you, while you shop online on smile.amazon.com! Sign in and choose Atlanta Autism Consortium, Inc. as your charity and Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchase to Atlanta Autism Consortium. Please go to: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/46-0792254. You may download Guidelines on what to do here: How to donate to AAC from AmazonSMILE-Ap2017.
- Donate online through the iGIVE Donation Program. Become a member of iGive.com (this is free!) and start shopping TODAY using the secured iGIVE button! Select the AAC as your preferred charitable organization and each time you shop online through iGIVE, the AAC will earn a small percentage of your purchase (paid by the vendor) WITHOUT costs to yourself! EVERYONE WINS!
For donation directly on AAC website, Please consult the Donation/sponsorship form to learn more about the donation levels.
We welcome your generous donations to help support our activities, which are key to building our autism community. Individual, community and organization contributions are greatly appreciated.
The AAC is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt 501(c) (3) organization, as such, all donations to the AAC are tax deductible.
AAC Mission Statement:
The Atlanta Autism Consortium, Inc. brings the spectrum of perspectives concerning autism together in a safe and constructive environment. We aim to foster better understanding and cultivate multifaceted collaborations among the wide variety of autism community stakeholders including researchers, clinicians, educators, advocates, families and individuals with autism, in the greater Atlanta area.