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US Autism & Asperger Association looks to volunteers for conference registration, coordination of presentations, special fundraising events, and other projects. Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering your services for our programs. Your support enhances the quality of life of individuals and their families and caregivers touched by autism spectrum disorders.

"The resources of nonprofits across the nation are being stretched like never before, with the country seeing both a significant increase in needs and a measurable decrease in the financial resources available to meet those needs. In order to not only maintain current levels of service, but to increase their capacity to meet the growing challenges, nonprofits must access a variety of skills and expertise that may not be available within the organizations themselves." (nationalservicesresources.org)

Please contact us on our website or call at 1-801-816-1234. Thank you for your interest in volunteering your services.

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Since 1994, USAAA began improving the quality of life of individuals affected by ASD. In the summer of 2005, Special Abilities evolved into US Autism & Asperger Association, Inc. with a mission to provide the opportunity for everyone living with autism spectrum disorders to achieve their fullest potential, by enriching the autism community with education, training, accessible resources, and partnerships with local and national projects.

We have discovered that everyone has a talent to give. Tapping into people's skills and knowledge creates a more meaningful experience for the volunteer and those he or she serves. It can be expertise in a certain field to the ability to make others feel assured, cared for and safe. No matter what the talent or gift a volunteer shares with others, it helps to sustain a culture of relationship-building among many groups, including youth, seniors, businesses and other charitable organizations. Everyone has a talent and a unique perspective and when shared with those in need, it helps to foster positive effects in their community, creating a new dimension in their own lives and the lives they touch." — Volunteers of America
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