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There are a variety of ways to make your tax-deductible gift to the Organization for Autism Research. As a nonprofit organization, we rely on the support of individuals like you to fulfill OAR’s mission. Your contribution will be put to immediate use to fund research, deliver resources, and support major program initiatives like Hire Autism and Autism in the Schoolhouse.

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OAR is partnering with Giving Block to make donating stock, cryptocurrency, or DAF to support autism research easier than ever!  Just select your preferred donation method to support OAR.

Cryptocurrency donations are one of the most tax-efficient ways to support the Organization for Autism Research!  When you donate crypto directly to the Organization for Autism Research, we immediately use your coins to support our efforts in funding life-changing autism research! If you want to learn more about how donating cryptocurrency to OAR can lower your taxes, check out The Giving Block’s FAQs or talk to your tax professional.

Please note that all donations made in Stock, Crypto, and DAF are nonrefundable.

Workplace giving campaigns are a great way to give to the Organization for Autism Research.  OAR participates in many workplace giving campaigns including Combined Federal Campaign, State Campaigns, United Way, and campaigns in the private sector. Each campaign is typically an employer-sponsored event that allows the employee to make a commitment via payroll deduction.


The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the annual charitable campaign for federal employees and military personnel. OAR is listed in the CFC as: Autism Intervention and Treatment Research — Organization for Autism Research (#10551)

As a CFC-approved Charity, OAR has met all 10 accountability standards imposed by the campaign. Giving through the CFC is easy — you can give a little each pay period! Having your gift deducted a little at a time not only allows you to give more, it also allows us to receive support throughout the year.


State Campaigns – Most levels of government have campaigns comparable to the CFC at the corresponding levels for their employees. OAR is a registered, eligible charity in:

California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.

Other states have varying eligibility requirements. If you would like to contribute in a state not listed above, check with the campaign coordinator to see if you have a “Donor Choice” option.


United Way is a series of hundreds of locally managed campaigns that collect donations from employees in participating, private sector companies. Some are more inclusive than others, but almost all have a “Donor Choice” option if you want to give to a specific charity like OAR and don’t see it listed. You may have to talk to the campaign coordinator to get the required forms and details, but you do have a right to exercise your choice.


Independent Campaigns – An increasing number of companies conduct their own workplace campaigns. This gives them greater flexibility in conducting the campaign and in targeting their charitable interests. If your company conducts its own campaign, it may not have a “Donor Choice” option. In that event, you will have to generate interest within the company to have OAR/autism research included as a designated beneficiary/interest area.

Matching gifts are a great way to increase the impact of your gift. Many companies match their employees’ donations to non-profit organizations like the Organization for Autism Research. Some companies will even double or triple your personal donation.

Matching your donation is easy to do. Use the search tool below or check with your company’s human resources department to see if they have a matching gift program. Most companies will provide you with a short form for you to fill out and send to us with your donation. We will do the rest.  It’s that easy!

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If you do not see your company, you can contact the Human Resources department to see if it offers a matching gift program.

Your company might need the following information from OAR:

  • Tax ID number (also known as EIN) – 54-2062167
  • Nonprofit name – Organization for Autism Research
  • Nonprofit address – 2111 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 401, Arlington VA 22201
  • Nonprofit contact information –, (703) 243-9727

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