Donate to Autistics Present Symposium

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Many of our presenters will be traveling from across the U.S. and Canada, and cannot afford to come without your help! We are looking for corporate and individual sponsors who would like to support the travel expenses of our speakers, as well as other Symposium costs. Donations are tax-deductible, and will be made to the Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network (AWN).

Donors will be recognized on our websites, Facebook pages, in conference materials, and, best of all, will make an incredible difference in the quality of information we are able to share at the Symposium. Let us know if there is a particular way you would like your organization to be included. Please consider making a donation of any size. 

Donate here: Click on Donate, then Custom, type in the amount you would like to donate, then click Continue and type Autistics Present in the comments box. Say anything else you’d like to say there as well!

We need your support for 2018! Please donate if possible, and share with others.

The first and second annual Autistics Present Symposium were sold out, and we are planning next year’s Symposium to be held in October 2018. To see what it was all about, check out the 2017 conference schedule.

Go here for this year’s conference.

We received some wonderful praise for accessibility and content at past Symposiums:

Wish all conference planners were today for – it’s a lesson in organizing a truly accessible conference.

BEST. CLOSING. KEYNOTE. EVER. Steven Universe singalong ending! Omg I love this community…

a beautiful conference that acknowledges that Autistic people are the REAL experts on autism! The BEST!

We need your help to make next year’s symposium just as accessible!

Please help in any way that you can, and also help us seek other sponsors. Together, we can continue bringing #actuallyautistic presenters to our community, both near and far!

Donate here: Click on Donate, then Custom, type in the amount you would like to donate, then click Continue and type Autistics Present in the comments box. Say anything else you’d like to say there as well!

Last Updated May 28, 2018