Want to Help
All contributions are tax deducible
The Autism Society of Illinois is looking for dedicated individuals to serve on our fundraising committee. No experience necessary…just a desire to help out a great organization. You will help our board coordinate and promote events that will help fund our organization. It’s a great way to meet new people and support ASI. Feel free to ask friends and families as well. For more information, contact Matt Ackerman: . Thank you for your support!
Make One Time Donation in Honor of Someone
Help the Autism Society of Illinois Raise funds through your Combined Federal Campaign
If you are a federal employee, postal worker or member of the U.S. military, please remember to give to us through your Combined Federal Campaign.
Our CFC Number is 32815
The Autism Society of Illinois is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax-deductible. Our state tax ID number is 36-3293613.
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Other Ways to Donate
Have you remembered the Autism Society in your will or trust? Donors can leave a lasting legacy by providing strong financial support to ensure that we reach our mission of improving the lives of all those affected by an autism spectrum disorder.
Consider leaving a legacy of support by making a planned gift to the Autism Society that allows you to combine your charitable giving goals with your estate and financial planning goals.
Here is sample bequest language you can take to your attorney:
“I give to the Autism Society of Illinois(tax ID number 36-3293613) whose state office address is 2200 S. Main Street Ste. 205, Lombard, Il 60148, _______ (insert either dollar amount or a percentage) in support of its full mission.”
Donate a car, boat, van or truck
Automobile donations are an incredibly fast and easy way to help the Autism Society. Your car donations help support our vital work and are an easy way for you to get rid of an unwanted vehicles. To make a donation or for more information, click here.
What is the Autism Society of Illinois?
ASI is a not-for-profit 501 (C)(3) organization created more than 30 years ago for individuals with Autism, parents, families, professionals, corporate partners and friends whose lives have been touched by autism.
ASI, a statewide chapter of the Autism Society of America (ASA), works to impact the lives of people with Autism. Its objectives are to provide educational and practical support for parents, increase public awareness of autism, offer a referral network of professional and promote legislation that directly impacts individuals with Autism and their families.
ASI is led by the combined leadership of a parent and non-parent volunteer Board of Directors, Executive Director and Professional Advisory Committee, comprised of respected (volunteer) professionals in the field of Autism.
Currently, 1 – 50 are diagnosed with of Autism each year. It is the fastest growing disability worldwide.