Make a contribution to the College Autism Network (CAN)

 

The College Autism Network is a 501(c)3 registered nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible. 

 

Please consider making a monthly recurring donation to the College Autism Network.
Recurring donations help us ensure continued financial sustainability for the future.

Use the button on the left to make a donation via GoFundMe, and use the button on the right to make a donation via PayPal. Please note that PayPal charges CAN lower fees than does GoFundMe, so more of your donation will go directly to help research, advocacy, and training if you donate through PayPal.

Alternately, you can send a check made out to College Autism Network to 3122 Mahan Dr., Suite 801-273, Tallahassee, FL 32308

 

With your donation in 2018, we can…

Share Students' Stories

about college by publishing short videos, pictures, and essays created by college students with autism as part of our CanDoCollege project.  Donations will provide students with compensation for their time in documenting their stories and will be put towards producing videos and other media for wider distribution of their stories.

Make college campuses more welcoming

for students with autism by creating and distributing educational training materials for students, parents, professors, and college administrators.  Donations will be used here to print and mail physical training materials for educators and students who wish to start CAN chapters on their campus, as well as towards the development of comprehensive online training modules for educators.

Spread awareness and acceptance of autism in college

by actively updating our website , Facebook , and Twitter pages with important updates, news stories, and summaries of the latest research literature.  Donations will be used here to increase our reach on social media and to compensate individuals for blog posts published on our website.

Train hundreds of college administrators

from across the country through our 2018 College Inclusion Summit and through presentations at major conferences in autism and higher education (e.g., NASPA, ACPA, ASCA, ASHE, AERA, FYE).  Funds will be used here to compensate speakers at the 2018 College Inclusion Summit, pay for a venue, and to cover travel to and from conferences for our researchers.

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