Here are some ways you can help out today.
Give a cash donation that allows us to fund the programs that need it most. All donations are tax deductible and all contributions are appreciated!
Additional ways to help out are also included. Anything you can do is appreciated!
Become a Member
Join the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin today and add your voice to the growing number of families and professionals helping those with autism. With discounts to our conferences, a subscription to our printed, quarterly newsletter and other local affiliate benefits, becoming a member of the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin is a great value.
Membership to the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin also includes membership to the local affiliates shown here.
More Ways to Donate
Additional Ways to Help
Create Your Own Personal Campaign
Join our cause and create your own personal fundraising campaign for the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin.
Get creative! Here are some ideas to get you started:
- Start your own online fundraising page and campaign!
- Organize a casual day at work. Charge $10 on a Friday to wear jeans.
- Guest bar-tend at a local bar and put tips towards your fundraising goal.
- Ask 10 friends to donate $10 each to reach a fundraising milestone of 100 dollars.
- Ask your friends and family to make a donation to the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin instead of giving gifts for your birthday.
Double the impact of your gift! Many employers match employee gifts dollar-for-dollar. Check with your human resource department about your employer’s gift matching process or click below see if your employer matches gifts.
Memorial & Tributes
Honor the life of a loved one by creating a memorial to the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin. You can also celebrate a birthday, anniversary or other special occasion with a gift honoring a spouse, friend, family member or other loved one.
Receive tax and other financial benefits while giving to the Autism Society. Plan a gift for the future by working with a financial advisor to set up an IRA Charitable Rollover, trust or bequest, or beneficiary designation on a life insurance policy.