Individual Fundraising Ideas
- Have a lemonade stand, spaghetti dinner, or car wash
- shovel snow/rake leaves for your neighbors
- Camp Makes a Great Gift- ask for your Birthday or Christmas
- Get rid of your old clothes and toys with a garage sale!
Local Service Organizations
Local service groups often provide supportive funding for individuals. Some groups may have an auxiliary organization not listed below that also provides funding. The links provided will help locate a service group near you to contact for more information.
Lions Club https://directory.lionsclubs.org/?language=EN
Knights of Columbus http://www.kofc.org/un/en/officers/fac.html
Key Club http://www.kiwanis.org/kiwanis/clubs-for-every-age/clubs-for-youth#.Ul6xO1BjuSo
Aktion Club http://www.aktionclub.org/Home.aspx
American Legion http://www.members.legion.org/CGI-BIN/lansaweb?
American Legion Auxiliary https://www.alaforveterans.org/About/Department-State-Headquarters/
Ladies Auxiliary VFW http://www.ladiesauxvfw.org/home-page/find-an-auxiliary/
Moose Lodge https://secure.mooseintl.org/LodgeChapterLocator/default.aspx
Rotary Club https://www.rotary.org/en/search/club-finder
Funding for Individuals with Autism
American Autism Association
Works with families to connect them with funding opportunities to send their children to camps and after-school program. The organization’s goal is to enable children to live as independently as possible.
Autism Family Resources Grant
One-time $500 grants are awarded to families in financial need; household income may not exceed annual income cannot exceed $50,000 per year. All funds awarded are paid directly to the vendor or service provider to pay for therapy equipment, safety equipment or services.
Email your request for an application along with your name, address, phone number and email address to email@example.com . The application file will be emailed back to you.
Jack’s Place for Autism Foundation
Jack’s Place for Autism Foundation is dedicated to providing support, education, compassion and a comprehensive array of services to help families cope with the everyday challenges of autism. Jack’s Place for Autism Foundation has created “Jack’s Dollars”, a Scholarship Program to help families afford the support they need for a variety of programs.
The Danny Foundation
Funding ($100 to $500 per year) is available to individuals with autism and their families to help with costs for services and programs. Amounts are based upon financial need. The Danny Foundation is funded in part by the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism.
119 Glendale Road, Sharon, MA 02067
Phone: (781) 784-7022
Funding for Specific geographic locations
As a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization, we assist Bay County residents and their families in finding and making effective use of available resources related to their disability. Founded in 1933, the organization strives to help individuals with disabilities become accepted members of their community to the fullest extent of their capabilities.
Michigan Council for Exceptional Children - Michigan Camps Only
This is an opportunity for students to apply for funding (up to $250) to attend a summer camp in Michigan (exceptions are made for specialized camps not in Michigan). These camperships are open to students who are Michigan residents, with an active Michigan IEP, and would otherwise not have an opportunity for a summer camp experience. Transportation is the responsibility of the family and cannot be supported. Applications must be postmarked by March 17, 2017. Click here for an application.
Fowler Center Camperships
Application Cycle Dates *Application Deadline
January – May December 1st
Barefoot/Summer March 1st
Fall Camp – Winter Camp July 1st