Welcome to the

Autism Society of Pittsburgh

 

The Autism Society of Pittsburgh, since its founding in 1966, has had a rather productive existence.  Many of the programs and initiatives started here in Pittsburgh have inspired the establishment of similar endeavors far beyond our Western Pennsylvania borders.

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Autism Society of Pittsburgh

 

Upcoming Events

 

Below are the three most current events.

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Cancelled

Pittsburgh Grand Prix 2020

 

 

 

 

 

2020 Myron Cope/Foge Fazio Memorial Golf Invitational for Autism

Rescheduled for September 28, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Success can only be measured by the Assistance we receive from our Collaborators!  Please take a moment and visit their websites below by clicking on their logos!  We are humbled and grateful for their continual support.

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Would you like to get involved?  Fill out this form and we will have one of our professionals get in touch with you.  We would be happy to answer your questions and let you know how you can help!

Monroeville Office

4903 Old William Penn Highway

Monroeville, PA  15146

Wexford Office

Wexford Professional Building #1

Suite 1106

11676 Perry Hwy

Wexford, PA 15090

Butler County Office

PO Box 275

202 E Main Street

Evans City, PA 16033

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Amazon Smile

How would you like to help out our organization with additional funds, and not take any money out of your pocket?  Instead of buying from the regular Amazon website store, go to https://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-7350636 or Amazon Smile.  The prices are the same, however Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to a Non-Profit of your choice!  After using the above link, or just click on the Amazonsmile Icon above to select the Autism Society of Pittsburgh.

Guidestar

The Autism Society of Pittsburgh, Inc. is recognized by Guidestar as a non-profit organization.  Our Bridge # is 1371707968. Our Objective is to improve the lives of those struggling with autism and to help autism involved parents, families and professionals grow by providing as much relevant information on autism spectrum disorders as is known to us.