There are many ways to get involved!
Become a Member
As a valued contributing member of the Autism Society of Florida, you become our partner in empowering the lives of people on the autism spectrum. Your membership will keep you connected to the autism community through our monthly newsletter and important updates about how you can stay involved. You'll have the opportunity to engage in autism legislation and advocacy, support initiatives in a variety of areas including first responder training, drowning prevention, water safety and important civil rights issues. Most importantly, you'll share in the satisfaction of empowering the lives of people with autism.
The Autism Society of Florida loves our volunteers. They provide a valuable service in helping us to carry out our mission. It's a great way to get involved and assist in creating more opportunities for people with autism in our communities. Send us an email and let us know that you're interested in putting your skills to work for a great cause!
Join the Board
If you have a strong belief in our mission with the passion and time to dedicate yourself towards empowering people with autism and their families, you may be just right for our Board of Directors. We need team players that demonstrate strong leadership qualities and a desire to take on impactful responsibilities. If this sounds like you, email us and let us know how you can be an asset to ASF.
Sponsor an Initiative
If you share our passion regarding a particular initiative and want to contribute in order to help impact lives, become a sponsor. Your contribution will go directly towards accomplishing the mission of your choice. Contact the Autism Society of Florida with any questions you may have regarding how you can help.
Become a Community Partner
Choose the Autism Society of Florida as a partner for your company’s philanthropic efforts. Your partnership will instrumentally impact those living with autism. We look forward to making your partnership a mutually beneficial relationship and answering any questions you might have.