Your donation will help empower people with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Help make an autistic person smile

When you make a donation to Abundance College, you’re contributing to work that sees hundreds of thousands of people access a brighter future.

Your financial contribution allows us to go above and beyond in the pursuit of supporting those with barriers gain and retain employment.

It enables us to offer extra great initiatives that truly go a long way towards helping people.

Funds raised by people like you drive the achievement of our core goals:

To promote the importance for young people to seek suitable employment

To break down the stigma of disabilities and employment

To make sure every young Australian knows that help is available.

All in all, your donations allow us to develop exciting new resources and trial promising initiatives.

It’s pretty important stuff, and you can help us do it! There are heaps of ways you can get involved with Abundance College

Abundance College Inc. is proud to warrant and display the ‘tick​

Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC), the national charity regulator of the Australian Federal Government launched the Registered Charity Tick December 2016. This is to help the public to identify and to have confidence in donating to registered charities.

The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission's (ACNC) 2015 Public Trust and Confidence research showed that support of charities is closely entwined with trust. When the ACNC's role as the charity regulator was explained to research survey respondents, their trust in Australia's charities grew significantly.

It is hoped the charity tick will have a positive effect on public trust and confidence in the charity sector, with donors being able to instantly recognise a charity that is well governed, reputable and worthy of public donations registered. Abundance College Inc. is proud to warrant and display the ‘tick

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When you make a donation to Abundance College, you’re contributing to work that sees hundreds of thousands of people access a brighter future.

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