The support of Trusts, Foundations, Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs) and Philanthropists is vital to create a world where no-one on the autism spectrum is left behind
With an estimated 121,500 people in Australia aged between 5 and 19 years being on the autism spectrum we wouldn’t be able to provide the best possible specialist support without your help. Trusts, Foundations, Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs) and Philanthropists enable us to offer early diagnosis, intervention, specialist education, tailored services and referrals to those who are very likely to fall through the cracks if not receiving the support that they need.
What is philanthropy?
Philanthropy is the desire to promote the welfare of others, or private initiatives that work towards the same end. One common form of philanthropy is the donation of funds by individuals or businesses to non-profit organisations, for the benefit of the communities they support.
What is philanthropic giving?
Philanthropic giving refers to donation through Trusts, Foundations, Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs) and Philanthropists.
At Aspect, we are open to discuss different options around partnerships and meaningful support and are delighted to provide you with tailored information on our specialist schools, services or specific projects like research or student sponsorships.
Get to know more about supporting Aspect through Philanthropic Giving
If you like to learn more about supporting our organisation through your charitable Trust, Foundation, Private Ancillary Fund (PAF) or as a Philanthropist to make a positive difference to the lives of people on the autism spectrum, we would love to hear from you.
Call our Philanthropy Team on 02 8977 8148 or submit an enquiry below.