How to Donate

We are grateful for donations in any amount. We are a 501(c)(3), and our federal tax ID is 94-2978690.

Your gift at any level will help forge a stronger, more connected and influential autism community. Which means everything to the more than 20,000 autism families in the Bay Area. Please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected] with any questions or feedback.

We would love to hear from you.

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Donate by Check

To donate by check:

Be sure to include your email and/or mailing address so that we can send you a thank you note and a receipt for your tax-deductible donation.

Please make your check payable to:
Autism Society San Francisco Bay Area

Mail your check and contact information to:
Autism Society San Francisco Bay Area

PO Box 25191
San Mateo, CA 94402

Feda Fund

Help celebrate the life and legacy of our beloved Feda!

A fierce advocate for the Autism community, our former Vice President—Feda Almaliti—threw herself tirelessly into creating fun activities for Bay Area autism families.

We honor her memory with the #FedaFund—a fund dedicated to the activities that Feda loved most—the activities that we all so dearly need.

Read more about Feda and her son here.

Your Contribution Makes a Difference

Thank you for supporting the Autism Society San Francisco Bay Area. Through your generosity, SFASA is changing our community for the better. With your help we:

  • Sponsor events for the autism community;
  • Maintain a resource committee that takes calls and emails from members of the SF Bay Area autism community in need of information and support;
  • Sponsor an annual autism conference in partnership with Stanford University;
  • Have published the California Autism Data report;
  • Maintain our popular website with resources and events listings;
  • Publish a monthly newsletter, blog, and community calendar;
  • Advocate for policies to improve the lives of those with autism;
  • Have been awarded “Community Resource of the Year” by the San Andreas Regional Center.

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