Tribute Donations

Many of us make charitable donations as a way to memorializing a loved one, or honoring a birthday, anniversary, or other special occasion. How about making the Greater Philadelphia Autism Society, a recipient of your next donation? Upon receipt of a tribute request, a handsome acknowledgement card will be sent to the family of the person you wish to memorialize, or to the person you wish to honor, and, unless otherwise specified, the tribute will appear in the next issue of our newsletter.

Download the registration form.

United Way

Donations through the United Way may be directed to this organization by either selecting Campaign Donor #601 or by searching on the United Way web-site located in your packet (provided by your campaign coordinator) and searching on Greater Philadelphia Autism Society.


You can always make a direct donation to the Greater Philadelphia Autism Society through PayPal. The money will be used to help those with Autism right here in your neighborhood.

You can make a donation in three ways a general donation, a 2017 campaign donation, or a memorial contribution. Please select one and click the donate button.

Memorial contribution in the name of

2017 campaign


Online Shopping with iGive

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Now you can go shopping without parking, carrying bags or even standing in line. Everything you purchase can be shipped to your door AND a percentage goes to the Greater Philadelphia Autism Society. At, you can buy the items you've always wanted or been searching for. It's really easy and fun!

So turn your shopping into generosity by becoming a member of Choose Greater Philadelphia Autism Society as your designated charity. It's FREE, no invisible costs or tricky obligations. The donated portion is NOT added to your purchase price and your transactions are secure. Shop for everyday items at the over 400 stores at the Mall at, like Barnes & Noble, Eddie Bauer, Lands' End and Up to 26% of each purchase is donated to the Greater Philadelphia Autism Society.

Who hasn't uttered the words, "I wish there was something I could do to help"? Now you can. Start shopping!

For further information, contact Anna Filmyer at or logon to