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April Is Autism Awareness Month: Learn How You Can Help!

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April marks Autism Awareness Month where communities across the globe are raising awareness and acceptance to autism.  Despite challenging times, we are extremely grateful for our partners who are supporting our mission this month! See how you can help below:

Rise Up For Autism in April: SARRC Needs Your Support

A gift to SARRC, in any amount, will ensure we can continue to deliver the medically necessary therapies to our clients. SARRC remains open, and while our service model has been temporarily shifted, we are committed to rising up for autism as we continue to serve children, teens, and adults with autism.

Make a tax-deductible donation today »


Give back while grocery shopping! SARRC is partnering with all Bashas’ and Food City stores in Arizona to give customers the opportunity to make a gift to SARRC at check-out.  100% of proceeds come right back to support our mission! 100% of donations come right back to support our mission! 

Find a Bashas' or Food City store near you »


In their second year, our friends at Apeman Strong, a premier athletic apparel company, released an exclusive, limited edition Autism Awareness tee where $5 from each purchase will come back to SARRC in April. Sizing for men, women, and children are available. Raise awareness while also looking sporty! 

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All Month | Follow SARRC on social media

We encourage our supporters to follow SARRC on social media to stay up-to-date with the latest news, upcoming trainings, events and more. You can also help us in our mission to raise awareness back to our mission-critical programs, services, and research initiatives.

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We are beyond grateful to the following partners who are holding fundraising events in April in support of SARRC's mission! Despite challenging and uncertain times, we are so thankful for our community's continued support.

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