One out of every 166 school aged children in Saskatchewan has an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Donate for Autism Awareness & Acceptance Month
Celebrate Autism! and show your support for individuals and their families living in the Saskatoon area.1
You can help children and youth with autism by Sponsoring-a-Child for day camps and programs. Program registrations only cover a portion of the cost to run our Programs. $150 sponsors a program registration and $300 sponsors a day camp registration. Click the link to donate directly or to organize your own fundraiser to Sponsor-a-Child.
Volunteers are essential team members in the successful delivery of recreational and social programs for children and teens at Autism Services. We encourage you to review our website to familiarize yourself with our organization.
Become a Sponsor
Anyone can become a sponsor to help support our programs or fundraising events. Whether you are an individual or a business, there are plenty of opportunities to support Autism Services.
Preparing a gift in your Will by leaving a bequest is a simple and thoughtful act that reflects your care for others and a vision for the future. Leaving a legacy donation helps ensure that the charity of your choice will be well supported after you are gone.
Become a Member
Membership in Autism Services is open to any family, member of the public or business organization that indicates a sincere interest in the well-being of individuals with autism and their families.
Each family and organizational membership shall have one vote at the Annual General Meeting or any special meeting called by the Board of Directors.
Membership Form (PDF 222kB)
There are many events you can hold to raise funds in support of Autism Services. Choose an event that will attract participants as well as support from the local business community. A creative and unique event has greater potential for motivating others to get involved. Think of a fun, creative name people will remember and the name will sell your vision to potential supporters