Get or Give Help

Need help managing Autism in your family?

Please contact us for help and resources including grant and donation information! We want to help! We can also connect you with other local organizations and find you and your family the help you have been looking for including these resources (click here).

SFFA provides assistance to families or organizations in Brevard County affected by Autism through the following methods:

  • Grants
  • Sponsorships
  • Therapy
  • Equipment
  • Volunteer Work
  • General Donation for a Specific purpose

The following Information is required in writing and approved by the Board of Directors before any funds are provided.  PLEASE COMPLETE ALL FIELDS.

Organization requesting Sponsorship

Name of Organization

Non-Profit Tax Exemption Number

Date of Event

Specifics to how the money will be used

Contact Name

Contact's Cell Phone Number

Contact's email

Request for Volunteers, how many needed and for how long

Amount Requested

Any other information that will assist us to understand your need

 

Private Family requesting Assistance

If request is for a private family, please provide the following:

Street Address

Address Line Two

City, State, ZIP

Autistic Child’s IEP/ 504/ ADOS results/ C.A.R.D. registration information

What financial support would be used for

Contact Name

Contact's Cell Phone Number

Contact's email

Any other information that will assist us understand your need

For more information, please call Susan Belcher at 954-214-6781, or email the required information for review to Susan@sprinqforwardforautism.net.

We recommend that you submit your request at least 30 days in advance to ensure that we can meet your needs.

Would you like to help us help others coping autism?

We are always looking for donors, volunteers, professional services and in-kind services to support our mission. To join our cause, please contact:




 

Susan Belcher
Spring Forward for Autism
7955 S Highway A1A
Melbourne Beach, FL 32951
954-214-6781
Susan@sprinqforwardforautism.net