Center for Spectrum Services can’t perform the amazing work we do without your help. Our students on the autism spectrum face many challenges, but they and their families don’t face these challenges alone. Won’t you stand with us, as we stand behind them in providing important programming, clinical services, and specialized education? There are a number of ways you can help:
Make A Donation
You Can support our students by making a donation today. Every gift, large or small, has a significant impact on our ability to provide our students with the tools they need to communicate, to develop relationships and to realize their fullest potential. Make a donation in honor of a student or loved one, or in memory of someone who has passed. Click here to make a donation now!
Center for Spectrum Services events really are special. If you have attended one of our recent events, you’ve experienced the warmth and shared a good time with friends, old and new. Our event attendees include business leaders, philanthropists, political representatives and family members of Center for Spectrum Services students – all sharing a deep commitment to our work and philosophy. Click Here to check out our special events!
Planned Giving, and the Center for Spectrum Services Endowment Fund
It may be many, many years before a “cure” for autism is found. It is for this reason that we’ve established the Center for Spectrum Services Endowment Fund, invested with the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley. The Endowment Fund will ensure that we will be here for future generations of children with autism. Leave a legacy for the future.
We invite families and friends to honor their loved ones by immortalizing them on an engraved paving stone. These paving stones are available in two sizes, and can be engraved with a brief message, and installed permanently on our Kingston campus. All proceeds will benefit the life-changing programs and services at Spectrum Services. Click here to download the Paver Order Form.
Notification January 18th: Both our Kingston and Ellenville Schools are on a 2-hour delay.