UPDATE: April 18th, 2015
Aid for Autistic Children Foundation, Inc.™ mission: Reduce the financial burden on poverty stricken and disenfranchised families and caretakers coping with autism, through debt forgiveness, so attention and resources can be focused on creating a proper living and learning environment for their autistic loved one.
As of April 2, 2015, Aid for Autistic Children Foundation is adjusting it's mission to more specifically assist families and autistic person's individually. Times and the atmosphere concerning autistic people have changed and we're adjusting to meet that change. For those who have supported us (mainly the Tustin High School Key Club students, in Tustin, California), we are grateful and thankful to you all for seeing the bigger picture. Thank you to the organizations, business owners, entertainers, intellectuals, public servants, health care providers, a few members of the public, acquaintances and family members who believed in the original vision. Moving forward, we will continue to be part of the conversation concerning matters of fiscal responsibility for people on the spectrum and their families. We humbly thank you and graciously accept all continued support.
Aid for Autistic Children Foundation, Inc.™
How the Program Works
- After thorough evaluation of your completed application and assessment from our board and an independent consumer credit counseling service, the debt forgiveness will directly target the financial burden the family deems most obstructive in allowing them to focus solely on giving their autistic loved one the best tools and skills for a productive life in today's society.
Families and autistic adults will also receive a household budgeting and savings education tailored specific to their unique needs for long-term financial success. Simply, this is not a cash windfall. We deal directly with the lien holder or carrier of your debt.
We are an official non-profit public charity.
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