Although the international autism community has not yet discovered a cause or cure for autism, we can take steps to ensure children and adults receive effective and compassionate treatment.
Your gift to the National Autism Center will support applied research and analyses on the best ways to treat autism and share this life-changing information for free to parents, educators, and physicians across the country so time is not wasted on “fad” treatments that have little to no evidence of success.
Learn more about how we are funded and why donors like you are essential to our mission.
Accurate information about treatment, particularly at key decision-making moments, can literally change the life of an individual with autism. You can help thousands of families across the country by making an online donation.
If you prefer to pay by check, please mail your donation to:
National Autism Center
41 Pacella Park Drive
Randolph, MA 02368
At your request, your gifts can be made in honor or in memory of someone you care about.
Combined Federal Campaign: If you are a federal employee, you can donate to the National Autism Center through your regional Combined Federal Campaign. Our CFC code is 56-2529097 and we are listed as the Autism Research Center – Family Support, Diagnostics, and Advocacy for Effective Treatment in your campaign book.
The National Autism Center is certified by Independent Charities of America and has been awarded the Best in America Seal. The seal is given to less than one percent of all charities operating in the U.S. for meeting the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness, and cost effectiveness. We are also a member of the Health and Medical Research Charities of America.
Workplace Giving: You can designate the National Autism Center to receive your workplace campaign gift by writing its charity identification number onto your pledge form. This charity identification number will be different for each campaign, so please refer to your campaign materials.
Planned Giving: There are many options available to make a planned gift to the Center, including Bequests. A legacy gift can be made by naming the National Autism Center as one of the beneficiaries, or the sole beneficiary, of your will.