(Formerly Autistic Children’s Activity Program)
Supporting the autism community, ages 7 through 107
Support the ACAP online auction fundraiser here!
The fundraiser that was originally planned for April 17th has been changed to an online-only auction. Auction items include restaurant gift cards, golf, computer services, wine tastings and more. The auction site will be active from today until 9:00pm on Friday, April 24th. Please visit the auction site and share with everyone!
Registration for summer camp 2015 now open: http://www.acapportland.org/programs/
MISSION: ACAP provides education through recreation for people with autism (ASD)
ACAP’S CORE VALUES: Life skills education, acceptance/inclusion, individual empowerment, whole family support, community partnerships.
ACAP’S VISION: ACAP is the first choice for people with autism and their families for social, community-based educational camps, and respite support.
DONATE HERE. All donations are tax-deductible; tax ID # 94-3042607. Your generosity helps make our program possible!
Help Fred Meyer support ACAP: Connect your rewards card (while keeping ALL your rewards points) by calling Fred Meyer 1-800-576-4377 (option #3), enter ACAP’s donation number, 80863 and enter your rewards card number. Fred Meyer is donating $650,000 per quarter to nonprofit organizations. Connecting your card will help ACAP acquire some of these valuable funds without costing you a thing.
Help Amazon support ACAP: Do you shop at Amazon? By going to smile.amazon.com and selecting “ACAP”, Amazon will donate .5% of any purchase you make to ACAP. Amazon Smile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, prices and service. This is an easy way to support ACAP by doing your usual shopping.
Autistic Community Activity Program strives to create community resources and opportunities which empower young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), by providing, through our summer-long day camps, life skills training, academic and social skill-building and positive recreational and educational experiences in the community. These community resources must be compatible with the needs of families and contribute to an increased understanding of ASD in the community. This program strives to provide families opportunities for support and respite care.
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