WAYS TO GIVE
Autism is on the rise. The most recent studies indicate that approximately 1 in every 68 children is diagnosed annually, joining the 1.7 million American families currently affected by autism. Autism has become the most rapidly growing developmental disability, and is now more common than Down’s syndrome, childhood diabetes, and juvenile cancer combined. Most significantly, most children with autism require specialized education. Every child with autism faces unique challenges and every family affected by autism needs reliable support and expert guidance. Support the Brooklyn Autism Center and help children with autism reach their maximum potential.
To make an online donation quickly and safely to the Brooklyn Autism Center, please click here. Gifts may be made in honor/in memory of an individual or organization by including in the Message box on the donation form.
You may also call Executive Director who will accept your credit card donation over the phone at 718-554-1027.
To make a donation by check, please make checks payable to Brooklyn Autism Center and mail to:
Brooklyn Autism Center
Attn: Executive Director
57 Willoughby Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Check with your company to see if a matching gift program exists. This is a great way to multiply your contribution. The Brooklyn Autism Center’s Tax ID is 20-5105629.
CORPORATE GIVING or SPONSORSHIPS
We welcome inquiries from companies that support our mission. We accept sponsors for many of our school, community, and fundraising events. Contact info@brooklynautismcenter.
When purchasing from Amazon, simply start your shopping at smile.amazon.com. When you designate Brooklyn Autism Center Foundation as your charitable recipient, .05% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases will be donated to our school.
Brooklyn Autism Center appreciates donations of services, tangible items, etc. to support our mission. Individuals and companies provide valuable resources which help support our programs. If you are interested in making an in-kind donation, please contact us.
The Brooklyn Autism Center is a 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.