SARRC's Multiyear Visionary Partner program is an opportunity for annual donors to make a multiyear gift of five years or more that will be invested into our vital programs, services and research.
Make a difference by becoming a Multiyear Visionary Partner and join a community comprised of SARRC’s most loyal supporters. MVPs are driven by a vision where people living with autism are able to engage fully in the world around them—empowered to engage others, make friends, learn, live and work in the community.
MVP members enjoy a variety of special benefits including:
- Insider news regarding SARRC updates and progress
- One annual event dedicated exclusively to our MVP members
- Tours of our latest projects to see how your gift is making a difference
- Listing on donor display
Meet our MVPs
Learn why and how other supporters have decided to make a difference by becoming a Multiyear Visionary Partner. Meet SARRC's MVPS »
Levels of support
Your support will forever change the trajectory of the autism community. Here are just a few ways your gift will make a difference among some of our core programs:
MVP Bronze | $1K per year x 5 years
Provides scholarships for 10 families to enroll in SARRC’s state-of-the-art JumpStart® program, which provides critical information, support and training for parents.
MVP Silver | $5K per year x 5 years
Provides 25 children with a free autism diagnosis, directly supporting SARRC’s commitment to lowering the age of diagnosis in Arizona, so they are able to receive the supports needed for timely and precise individualized treatment.
MVP Gold | $10K per year x 5 years
Provides week-long intensive training for 17 families to support a child with autism and who live in rural or remote areas.
MVP Platinum | $25K per year x 5 years
Provides start-up funding to launch a Community School campus, an inclusive, high-quality preschool.
Interested in learning more?
Become an MVP and support the life-changing programs and research carried out by SARRC. Interested in learning more? Contact Maureen Jorden at MJorden@autismcenter.org.