Great Lakes Collaborative for Autism

Grant Opportunities for Families

Lists of Grants! 

The Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities (LCBDD) put together a list of general grant providers that you can download here.  You will find that there are grants for all sorts of needs! There is also a list of grants specifically for autism spectrum disorder.

LCBDD also put together a list of wishing grant organizations available to download. This list consists of partnerships who are looking to grant children who have met a certain criteria (could be illness, disease, unfortunate family event, etc.) a chance for an exciting moment of joy and happiness.

iTaalk has created a grant resource guide on their website where parents can enter in keywords to search for grants!  Check it out here!

The iTaalk foundation has put together a list of the different ways you can raise funds to obtain an iPad for your child (for the purpose of therapy).  You can check this list by clicking here!

Bob and Suzy Tyner founded the GLCA in 2004 to assist local individuals and families touched by autism and provide better access to programs and services. To build on their work and further our mission of growing the opportunities, future, and lives for all individuals with autism, we are excited to introduce the Suzanne Tyner Autism Scholarship program. This program will provide scholarship assistance for local families so they may access critical programs, support, or equipment. Learn more by clicking here!