Get ready for STEPPING OUT FOR AUTISM'S Night at the Museum on January 27, 2018, at the Museum of Springfield History!

Giving

You Can Make the Difference

With your support, Autism Connections can effectively serve the increasing number of people diagnosed with autism and their families who are living in western Massachusetts. Gifts received are particularly meaningful for center activities that are not typically supported by any other funding sources, including Educational Advocacy. Please help us continue to be a strong voice for our neighbors experiencing autism.

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Volunteer for Autism Connections!

Our goal is to improve the lives of children and adults with autism and help their families navigate resources and supports. Increasing awareness in our community about autism in very important to us, and that includes working with our neighbors who want to help, who become ambassadors for autism awareness in the process.

Would you like to stop in and help when you have a little extra time, or share a specialized skill with us? Volunteer activities include assisting at family, fundraising and programming events, help with office tasks, and occasional specialized projects.

If you are a parent, relative, friend, neighbor or professional, you are a valuable resource and even a little of your time can accomplish quite a lot for us. Not only can you can make a difference in the lives of children and adults with autism, you can connect to the greatest resource of all… families. Please join us in our effort to support children and teens, adults, their families, and the community as a whole.

For further information about volunteer opportunities, please contact Katie Drumm at 413-529-2428, or katie.drumm@pathlightgroup.org.