Donate & Become a Member
We are grateful for your contribution
Want to donate? We accept any amount, but the higher the contribution, the higher level of membership you receive.
Gold: $100 or higher
Silver: $75 or higher
Bronze: $50 or higher
Rainbow: $25 or higher
Autistics, students, family, military, and professionals/teachers receive membership discounts. If you cannot afford membership, please fill out this form and we'll get in touch with you.
Teacher and Professional Discount: $20 donation or higher
Family and Military Discount: $15 donation or higher
Autistic and Student Discount: Any donation of $10 or higher
Gold: 3D printed Logo
Volunteer Your Time
Autistic Voices are Heard
Want to help us?
Please contact , or via social media for positions available. As of right now, FAA is a not-for-profit. All of the money goes towards our mission. An interview process will occur via social media after we get back to you about the specifics. We will also email you back with a link for an application. Staff positions are limited and are non-paid. If you'd like to join the board, there is a voting process.
Current Board Positions Available:
Current Staff Positions Available:
Digital & Print Media Coordinator
Please email us your resume if you have one. No cover letter required! However, to accommodate everyone, if you can't submit a resume, please email us with an explanation of why you'd like to work for us! Any recommendation letters are strongly encouraged. Anyone who is interested in being a contributor for FAA's articles, please refer to this article here.
No application is required for the contributor position; however, we still need a resume.
Partner with Us
Want to Sponsor the Autistic Community?
Our organization always appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you, with every contribution going towards making Fierce Autistics and Allies an even better not-for-profit non-profit organization than it already is.
Embracing Neurodiverse perspectives and rights in your products/services will allow the autistic community to have more chances of equity in society.