Make an Impact

You can make a direct impact on the lives of students with autism by partnering with Connections to help build a world where everyone belongs.

We face a significant funding gap between public funds and the cost to provide life-changing services to our students and young adults. Our nonprofit center would not exist without the support of generous donors and the community. 

Please consider joining our community of supporters and make a lasting impact. Here's how you can help.

Donate to Connections

You can help empower students with autism with a one-time or recurring donation made online, by mail or by phone. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and your donation may be tax deductible.

By Phone

It's easy to donate offline too.

Tel: 561-328-6044

By Mail

1310 Old Congress Avenue

West Palm Beach, Fl 33409

Online

Make a tax deductible donation‏.

Employer Matching Gifts

Many employers will match gifts their employees (current or retired) make to nonprofits, further extending your impact. Ask your employer if they have a matching gift program.

Planned Giving

Remember Connections in your will, estate planning or trust to leave a lasting legacy that will help us continue empowering students with autism for years. Please contact us for more details at development@connectedpb.com or 561-328-6044.

More Options

You can also support our mission by donating a vehicle, life insurance policy or stock. You can also donate through a Donor-Advised Fund (DAF). Please contact us for more information at development@connectedpb.com or 561-328-6044.

 

Volunteer

We depend on the support of incredible volunteers at our events and certain classroom activities. Please contact us if you're interested in volunteering so we can guide you to a well-suited opportunity. Some of our volunteer opportunities require special training before working with our special needs students.

 

Corporate Sponsorships

Local and national businesses play a key role in our ability to fund our specialized programs and therapy for students with autism. Your company's support of our mission shows the public that you care about making a difference in the lives of some of our most vulnerable students. It can also boost morale among employees and show our growing base of donors that you share their values for caring about children and autism. 

Corporations can support our mission with:

  • Annual corporate sponsorships

  • Event-specific sponsorships

  • Program-specific sponsorships

  • Selecting Connections as a beneficiary of your own charitable event

  • Donating supplies, materials, labor or other in-kind donations.

To learn more about partnering with Connections and the benefits of each level of support, please contact us.

 

Attend an Event

Want to have a good time and connect with other impact makers while raising money for a great cause? Then join us at one of our fundraising events! 

 

Request a Speaker

Know of a group or audience that would be interested in learning more about our work or school? We'd love to speak at your event and share information. Here are some topics that have been requested:

  • What is autism and how does early intervention impact a child?

  • Why is drowning the No. 1 cause of death for children with autism and what can we do to help?

  • What programs exist for young adults with autism?

We're open to your topic and welcome the chance to share information to help 

 
 

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Need Our EIN?

Connections Education Center of the Palm Beaches, Inc is a 501(c)(3) Corporation EIN# 47-3805751

Connections High School and Vocational Center, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Corporation EIN# 81-4657115

Both are nonprofit schools for students with autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities.