This list of individual grants is provided to you for help for yourself or for your autistic child. Please take the time to read them over and be sure you will qualify and apply. Best wishes to you!
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Grants are awarded monthly. Fill out the form, describe your need and wait for a response. You can receive up to 3 grants per year, and each grant is up to US$1,000. https://stimpunks.org/request-aid/ (individual grant)
This fund is for autistic people of color, not for parents, caregivers, or family members. They would strongly prefer applications that emphasize the autistic person’s individual wants, needs, desires, preferences, choices, and interests. For example, they would love to know if you want help with math tutoring, is interested in art, wants to learn a sport, or loves bouncing on trampolines. https://autismandrace.com/autistic-people-of-color-fund/ (individual grant)
Wonderful list of helps! Things like scholarships, financial planning, disabilities passes, travel, medical, assistive technology and more! http://www.meriahnichols.com/free-stuff-for-adults-with-disabilities/
Self-sufficiency grants for things such as emergency needs or monthly bills. https://www.modestneeds.org/about-us/grants-types-self-sufficiency.asp
a href="https://www.act-today.org/apply-for-grant/" target="new">Autism Care Todaycontinues to distribute funds for treatment products and services, but Autism Care Today launched the first nationwide campaign to help military children impacted by autism as they have unique challenges. Military families must fight a war on two fronts, one overseas and one for their loved one with autism.
Not all families are alike and each face a variety of challenges and specific needs. Autism Care Today provides funding assistance through a wide-range of unique programs. Autism Care Today SOS is a program dedicated to supporting the immediate and imperative needs of those impacted with autism. We recognize that some individuals diagnosed with autism who are in immediate personal danger or harm are unable to wait up to 12 weeks for a response to their request.
The Autism Care Today SOS Program is designed to provide immediate support for these families based upon need and the program funds available. https://www.act-today.org/apply-for-grant/