Where Your Money Goes
Through our Awareness, Advocacy, Family Services and Scientific Research initiatives, we fund programs and collaborate with others to ensure the needs of the ASD community are met, today and tomorrow.
One of our goals at Autism Speaks and Autism Speaks Canada is to identify and support promising research; and from these efforts, we hope to produce significant findings that will be reported in peer-reviewed journals. We also hope that grants we fund will lead to additional research support from government or other funding agencies.
- Autism Speaks and Autism Speaks Canada have committed over $200 million to leading research.
- Autism Speaks Canada's fundraising efforts have supported over $6.2 million to Canadian science and research since 2010
Read more about grants funded in Canada; visit Autism Speaks' Grant Search for a full list of Canadian and International studies, or click here for a list of our Canadian Autism Treatment Network locations.
Family Services and Community Grants
Recognizing that there are multiple needs in the expansive and varied autism community, the focus of Autism Speaks Canada Family Services Community Grants is on proposals that serve to build the field of services for individuals with autism and expand the capacity to effectively serve this growing community. In particular, we are interested in proposals that address the needs of underserved communities and geographies.
- Autism Speaks and Autism Speaks Canada have committed over $8 million to Family Services and Community Grants.
- Autism Speaks Canada's fundraising efforts have supported over $2.1 million Family Services and Community Grants across Canada since 2010.
For a list of the 2014 grants funded please click here.
For a list of the 2013 grants funded please click here.
For a list of the 2012 grants funded please, click here.
For a list of the 2011 grants funded please, click here.
For a list of the 2010 grants funded please, click here.
Autism Speaks Canada is dedicated to collaborating and sharing knowledge with individuals, families, community, partners and government to create change.
Autism Speaks Canada’s Walk Now for Autism Speaks Canada and Light It Up Blue for World Autism Awareness Day, generate awareness on a national level. To learn more about the Light It Up Blue awareness compaign click here!