ASPEN is a non-profit volunteer organization, and without your support we cannot grow. ASPEN receives no outside funding, we are supported solely by our membership. All the chapter coordinators facilitating local groups and running and organizing conferences are volunteers. All donations to ASPEN are tax-exempt; please inquire at work if you have a giving campaign with matching funds.
Please make donations payable to “ASPEN” with a notation of the fund name in the memo section of the check.
Please mail to:
9 Aspen Circle
Edison, NJ 08820 USA
Other ways to donate to ASPEN:
If the firm you work for has a program with the United Way, you can route your donations to ASPEN by specifying Agency Code 041331. Click here to visit the United Way website now.
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Thank you for your support!
Acknowledge a special event or a special person by making a donation to ASPEN. Send one of these beautiful cards in honor of teacher, a birth, a graduation, a birthday, a wedding or an anniversary, or in memory of someone special. A beautiful ASPEN card will be sent to the person or family to let them know of your generosity and concern.
In addition to supporting and promoting ASPEN, you will be promoting awareness of Asperger Syndrome.
You can request cards one at a time and have them sent out directly by the National Office, or purchase several at $10 each to keep on hand and then send out yourself when the occasions arise. A minimum donation is requested of $10 per card.
How To Order ASPEN Donation Cards
Send us your request by mail with a check payable to “ASPEN” to: 9 Aspen Circle, Edison, NJ 08820 USA
For More Details
Please contact Lori Shery at 732-321-0880 or use our secure contact form.
Gina R. Orent and Larry Rosen Memorial Fund
Donations to this fund are used to support the outreach efforts of ASPEN.
This fund was founded in memory of Gina Orent, an ASPEN member and mother of an Autistic child passed away tragically at a young age. Gina had worked tirelssly to educate, advocate and obtain services and therapies to improve her son’s quality of life. She then took what she had learned and experienced and shared it with other parents. Sadly just three weeks after Gina’s death her dad, Larry Rosen, followed her, losing his long battle with Parkinson’s Disease. In Gina and Larry’s memory we continue the work Gina had begun-reaching out to other parents.