Turn your donation into a future of independence for someone with autism. When you direct your donation to the Kinney Center’s Bridge program, you can help transitional-aged youth with autism identify a path to independence, which may include a college education or training for a vocation, as well as ensuring a future of dignity as contributing members to society. Their journey to an independent future begins with a donation from you.
Make an Impact
There are many ways to support the Kinney Center's two-fold mission to educate and train the autism professionals of tomorrow while supporting and serving the individuals and families affected by autism today. Your gift will help cover the costs of projects and opportunities to innovate and create programming in real time in response to market needs.
Make a Personal Donation
Whether you choose to make a one-time or recurring gift, every dollar counts. Please remember that your donation is tax deductible and that your employer may provide matching contributions.
Ways to Give
Your generous support helps to ensure a bright and independent future for individuals living with autism. For some, this future may include college. For others, it may mean fulfilling a vocation. For all, it means dignity, meaning and hope. Thank you for helping us to make a difference!
The Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program offers an easy way for companies to direct tax dollars to non-profit Educational Improvement Organizations (EIOs) like the Kinney Center. If you have questions or need help, please contact Executive Director Angus Murray.
If your company participates in the United Way Campaign, you can make an impact on autism by directing your gift to the Kinney Center using designation code 49108. If you have questions or need help, please contact Sienna Green at United Way at 215-665-2610. The Kinney Center staff is also happy to visit your organization to discuss our mission with your employees and illustrate the positive impact that donations can make.
This event is scheduled for September 2023. Check back for details as they become available.
Your organization can help raise funds and awareness to support the Kinney Center in a variety of fun and engaging ways — from hosting a dress down day to holding a fundraising drive, and more. Your team will benefit by sharing in the Kinney Center’s great work, setting participation goals, and having fun!
The Kinney Center typically has sponsorship opportunities available surrounding our 5K event and Autism Awareness month. Please email Victoria Priest for more information.