A non-profit organization dedicated to the education and treatment of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
NSSA’s Development Office is proud to announce the receipt of the following grants and donations in February 2016
Tenth grader Carley Schor presented NSSA with another 6 iPad minis, purchased through her sneaker art business, Carley’s Kicks for a Cure.
Lily Walford and her friends donated $870 to NSSA in lieu of presents for her 10th birthday
Kiwanis Club of Huntington, Children’s Foundation, Inc. donated $800 from proceeds of its 2nd Annual Exhibition of works by artists on the autism spectrum
Government funding does not meet the total cost of providing comprehensive, individualized services that are so critical to those we serve. For more than thirty years NSSA has been changing the lives of individuals with autism and their families. We are proud to have received widespread recognition and to have made a difference for many. NSSA thanks and appreciates those individuals and organizations that help us to continue providing desperately needed services.