Our programs are life-changing for children and their families. Funding our QuickStart Early Intervention Program changes a child's developmental trajectory. Funding for our respite program gives parents a chance for a break at a local hotel and they receive funding for childcare while they are away. Our free workshops, with leading experts, gives parents valuable information to help make the best decisions for their child. Our Sensory Santa program gives families a chance for their child to see Santa in a sensory friendly and calm environment.
The Motorcycle Ride for Autism Ottawa is a third party fundraiser supporting our charity. It was begun in 2013 by Dave Kuhnle (Nepean Electric). Dave has generously supported our charity with the proceeds from the Ride since it's inception. Your donation will be added to the total raised by the Motorcycle Ride for Autism Ottawa.
Tee It Up for Autism is a third party fundraiser supporting our charity. The event was started by two parents, Carly Chicquen and Michell Lawson, who wanted to support children with autism and their families. Donate here to have your donation added to the amount Tee It Up for Autism raises annually for QuickStart Autism.
Many of our supporters choose to honour the memory of a loved one. With a memorial donation you can ensure that your loved ones will be remembered through support to a cause that is near and dear to their hearts.
We appreciate your thinking of us in your time of loss.
This is an increasingly popular way of celebrating a memorable occasion or event. You can now donate to QuickStart Autism as a way of celebrating a wedding, birthday, anniversary, retirement, holiday or personal accomplishment.
Being a good corporate citizen not only impacts the quality of life in the communities where you conduct business, but demonstrates that you care about the health and well-being of the children and their families.
Donating appreciated stocks, bonds and mutual fund units is the most tax-effective way to make an outright gift during your lifetime. Whether you donate cash or appreciated securities, you will receive a tax receipt that creates a tax credit. Publicly listed securities makes stocks the least expensive way to give. Not only do Donors receive a tax credit for their gift they you also pay no capital gains tax.
Leaving a bequest in your will is one of the most financially responsible ways of making a donation to QuickStart Autism, as it allows you to arrange a gift to our charity while maintaining your cash flow and future financial security.
Check out our Faces as Jennifer shows Carol Anne, Suzanne and Lawrence the grand total raised at our 10th anniversary Autumn Evening for Autism - Wow - $44,800!
$86,000 RAISED AT THE 6TH ANNUAL CAMELOT/QUICKSTART CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT
FOR A GRAND 6 YEAR TOTAL OF over $400,000!
A huge THANK YOU to all...
Autism has been in the news non-stop in Ontario the past three weeks, ever since the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services Lisa MacLeod's announcement of the...
It was great to have CTV Ottawa's Leah Larocque and Breanna Jackson join us at Sensory Santa at Hazeldean Mall!
Check out the video and news story.