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Has OAR made a positive impact on your experience as a member of the autism community? If so, please help us reach a wider audience and raise funds by reviewing OAR on the GreatNonprofits website. Once you add your review, spread the word to your friends and colleagues. Reviews can be as brief as a few sentences or as long as a few paragraphs, and anyone can submit a review. 

If OAR receives 10 new reviews by October 31, 2022, we will be named a “top-rated” nonprofit for the thirteenth year in a row. Please help us make it to 13! 

Many families, educators, autism professionals, and self-advocates discover OAR’s resources through this website, so it is important that we elevate our presence on it, which will make it easier for people to access our quality evidence-based information, scholarship and research programs, and resources. 

In 2021, a donor wrote, “Organization for Autism Research (OAR) is a wonderful organization and has been a great resource for our family. Their commitment to education and inclusion is nothing short of heroic. We’re very appreciative of OAR and the efforts they’ve made in the autism community.” Another donor, also writing in 2021, said, “I have been in the past 4 to 5 years a supporter, board member and donor of this amazing organization! The quality of individuals working nonstop to provide all types of tools and resources for the autism community is priceless. I learned skills that have made a significant difference for my son and family. Thank you, OAR, for all that you do every day for all of us. You have no idea how much you mean to all of us!” 

We would really appreciate your support in reaching our goal of 10 new reviews. 


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