I've watched this organization grow over the years. The work they do is simply amazing and the lives they touch simply have no words. I donate to a lot of organizations but the transparency and what they get done a shoe string budget is far above most.
I've been a supporter of the global autism project since its inception and am so impressed with how the organization has grown into a sustainable and efficient partnership between BCBA professionals and the organizations abroad that they support.
As a retired educator,with over thirty years in the classroom,I have taught many children from many different backgrounds. However,I had very little experience with children with autism,but was aware that our programs in the United States were impressive. When my youngest daughter began working with special education, I learned about Global Autism Project, as she chose to volunteer for an overseas adventure. She was so excited about the work they did to improve learning,life skills and the general attitude toward people with special needs. Things are simply not the same in other countries; and the Global Autism Project is helping to make some dramatic changes for some really special people. They believe that all children deserve the chance to learn and I believe they are making this happen.
I've been involved with the Global Autism Project for about three years now and in that time I have been constantly impressed with the knowledge, skills, and solid work performed by their staff. As a donor I am concerned with understanding the ins and outs of the program to ensure that donations are being used as efficiently as possible. The Global Autism Project has kept me up to date on the needs of the program and the progress of the autism center in Kenya, in a very transparent and consistent manner. In this age of fast communication via technology it was so refreshing to receive hand written thank you card in the mail! I have found their attention to detail and concern for their community inspiring. I feel privileged to be part of the Global Autism Project and I have loved the opportunity to be involved with such a fantastic and inspiring group of people.
I was born, raised and studied in the Philippines. I now reside in New York and have been hearing from colleagues and friends about Global Autism Project, a non-profit organization, dedicated to bridging the global gap in the resources and understanding of autism. My colleagues and friends introduced and took me to their website (www.globalautismproject.org). To say the least, I was amazed at what Global Autism Project does for autism around the globe. I met the Founder and CEO, Ms. Molly Pinney, in August 2012 when she was invited to ring the NASDAQ closing bell along with Global Autism Project supporters...I was there and had a chance to talk with Ms. Pinney. She is an amazing woman leading the Global Autism Project for a very noble cause. After I spoke with Ms. Pinney, I thought and was more than convinced that Global Autism Project needs all the support and donations to be able to continue what this organization has been doing for autism worldwide.
Autism is around the world even in the country where I was born - Philippines. No country is spared of autism. I wish Global Autism Project will visit my country, Philippines, and be able to impart the knowledge and expertise they have on dealing with autism and furnishing them with tools that engender self-reliance, sustainable development, and continued innovation.
I am now involved with Global Autism Project and would gladly join them on their trip(s) to the Philippines. I am trying to connect them to autism centers in the Philippines. We don't have the services, knowledge and expertise that Global Autism Project has. We need Ms. Pinney and Global Autism Project in the Philippines soon!
Let us make donations to Global Autism Project and make a difference in autism around the globe. Thank you for the chance of being a part of Global Autism Project.
As a long time supporter, I have seen what the Global Autism has done for children and their families. From summer paddles to conferences around the world, Molly and her team are really able to work wonders with children with autism. The work that the Global Autism Project does is so valuable and so necessary, and often invisible to main stream society. The Global Autism project gives parents their children back.
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