The Nassau-Suffolk Autism Society of America is a volunteer organization of parents who have children and adults with autism spectrum disorders. Though not a service provider, NSASA fundraisers enable them to assist families with social, recreational and educational opportunities. All of the funds raised go right into community-based programs.
SOMERSET HILLS LEARNING INSTITUTE
Somerset Hills Learning Institute is a private nonprofit program that offers a broad spectrum of services to children, adolescents, and adults with autism. The Institute is a dissemination site of the Princeton Child Development Institute and exists to provide science-based treatment and education to people with autism.
Luv Michael is a Non Profit 501c3 organization that produces high quality organic, gluten-free, and nut-free granola without all the harmful chemicals and toxic allergens. The company was founded in 2015 by Lisa Liberatore, MD and her son Michael with the goal of providing meaningful employment and on the job training to those diagnosed with Autism.
THE TOMMY BRULL FOUNDATION
The Tommy Brull Foundation, Inc.'s mission is to raise funds to benefit a wide variety of people with physical, mental and emotional disabilities in our community. All people involved with the foundation work strictly on a volunteer basis. With the exception of a small operating budget, all funds raised are donated to recipients and organizations dedicated to the special needs community.
Delicious Homemade Cupcakes made by a diverse group of seven awesome individuals with Autism and other intellectual disabilities, working alongside our two ABA/Life skills instructors. Our mission is to enrich and empower individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to reach their highest potential through viable work and social opportunities.
BE THE BEST SPORT
Be The Best Sport is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization focused on providing special needs adaptive sports and socialization program for children, teens, and adults. Our mission is to create and provide fun and exciting programs for children, teens, and adults with special needs ages 3 & up; such programs will offer recreational sports as well as socialization activities for the participants and their families.