ABIA is grateful for the many donors who contribute to our work. Without donations of time and money, we would not survive. Donations enable us to provide information to parents and families, to purchase books and toys for our autism resource library, and to create new programs and services to assist families who choose ABA as their preferred autism intervention measure.

We are particularly grateful for philanthropic funding which we have received over the past five years from a number of Trusts & Foundations. This funding has enabled us to undertake an ABA Census, purchase new library resources, compile an e-book, design new training programs, and beginning the move to online training. It has also enabled us to build our organisation capacity through creation of a new website, purchase of a new CRM, and conference funding to support international keynote speakers.

We really appreciate our funders’ support. By showing their logos below, we hope you in turn will support them.

Annamila Foundation
Booroondara City Council
Collier Charitable Fund
Commonwealth Bank
Equity Trustees
Goldman Sachs JBWere Foundation
Harcourts Foundation
Helen Macpherson Smith Trust
H. V. McKay Charitable Trust
The Ian Potter Foundation
Kiwanis International
Lord Mayors Charitable Foundation
The Marian & E. H. Flack Trust
Myer Stores Community Fund
The R E Ross Trust
The R.M. Ansett Trust
Rotary Club of Mont Albert & Surrey Hills
Rotary International
St. George Foundation
The William Angliss Charitable Fund
The William Buckland Foundation