Come visit with Santa and connect with others in the autism community!
WHO: Welcome children and adults, family members, ACAP community partners, volunteers and others in the autism community.
WHEN: Saturday, December 21st, 1:00pm – 3:00pm
WHERE: ACAP 1900 S.E. Milport Road Milwaukie, . . . → Read More: ACAP’s Winter Break Saturday Matinee Party
Oregon State Parks has a program, “Let’s Go Camping”, in which they hold a weekend camping event just for families with a member who has autism. Tents, sleeping bags, mattress pads are provided. The total cost is $30 for the weekend per couple/family, no matter how many children. Participants go to many nearby parks and . . . → Read More: Summer 2014 camping opportunity for families with a child with ASD
ACAP is throwing our 2nd annual “Halloween Hauntism” party and you are invited!!
WHO: We welcome children and adults, ACAP community partners, volunteers and others in the autism community.
WHEN: Saturday, October 26th, from 2:00pm – 4:00pm
WHERE: ACAP 1900 S.E. Milport Road (at McBrod) Milwaukie, OR 97222
COST: Free!! (Tax-deductible donations . . . → Read More: ACAP’s “Halloween Hauntism” Party!!
Autism Speaks will soon be holding its 5th annual Oregon Walk. We appreciate all the many things Autism Speaks does for the autism community, including providing scholarship resources for summer camps across the nation. This year, ACAP and ACAP families were fortunate to be awarded a Baker Grant from Autism Speaks which was . . . → Read More: Walk Now for Autism Speaks: Oregon
The Autism Society of Oregon (ASO) invites you to join them for a day of golf, wine tasting and charitable giving. Don’t play golf? You can register for just the lunch & wine event. All proceeds stay in Oregon, to benefit the programs of ASO, which include workshops, support & activity groups, advocacy/policy . . . → Read More: ASO’s 2013 Golf Tournament & Wine Event: Fun “Fore” a Great Cause!
ACAP is pleased to announce it has received a $4,000 Baker Grant from Autism Speaks to support families in need by providing scholarship monies, 100% of which will go directly to ACAP’s Peyton Monroe Scholarship Fund. We at ACAP are thrilled that this gift will enable several families to send their children to . . . → Read More: Autism Speaks awards ACAP with Baker Grant for Scholarship Funds
As we all know, the entire community benefits from supporting people with autism. Grantors and donors assist ACAP in its mission to provide education through recreation for people with autism. Therefore, ACAP is pleased to announce it has received a grant from the Joseph E. Weston Foundation. ACAP will use the $4,000 gift, awarded in . . . → Read More: Kindness from a loyal grantor
We are thrilled and delighted to announce that ACAP has received a generous grant from The Harold & Arlene Schnitzer Care Foundation. After submitting a grant proposal last spring, ACAP received notice that The Harold & Arlene Schnitzer Care Foundation will support our organization with a $10,000 grant. This money will support ACAP’s efforts . . . → Read More: ACAP Receives Grant Award from The Harold & Arlene Schnitzer Care Foundation
Did you attend ACAP’s “Halloween Hauntism” party? Seventy-five others did and they had a wonderful time! It was so popular, the ACAP Board of Directors has decided to make this an annual event. Kids of all ages participated in trick-or-treat activities, pumpkin decorating and arts & crafts.
. . . → Read More: Fun For All at ACAP’s “Halloween Hauntism” Party
Here is a local activity opportunity which may interest you:
“Bustin’ Barriers” (Formerly “Bustin’ Buckets) This program was recently brought to our attention and recommended by an ACAP family. It focuses on athletics for kids with disabilities and the cost is FREE.
WHEN: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 4-6 pm.
WHERE: Jackson Middle School . . . → Read More: Activity opportunity for your family