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Other Ways to Give

Other Ways to Give

Specialized License Plates

You can show your support everywhere you drive by purchasing an Autism Society of North Carolina license plate. A portion of the plate fee is donated to public awareness and autism education programs throughout the state. To learn how to order a plate from the NC Department of Motor Vehicles, go to the DMV website.

Autism Awareness Jewelry

Laurie Kennedy of Kennedy Kreations will donate a portion of all sales of her Puzzle Kollection to the Autism Society of North Carolina. The Puzzle Kollection is a line of classic, contemporary, everyday jewelry that promotes autism awareness.

OoweeĀ Leather Sleeves

OoweeĀ Products, an Asheville company that makes leather sleeves for pint glasses, will donate 15 percent of sales made with the coupon code ā€œmoreleathersleevesā€ to the Autism Society of North Carolina.Ā Oowee’sĀ sleeves are hand-stitched and assembled by individuals on the autism spectrum.

REEDS Embrace the Difference Jewelry Collection

Embrace The DifferenceĀ® jewelry from REEDS promotes acceptance and raises funds for participating charities. If you select the Autism Society of North Carolina as your charity, $30 from your purchase will be donated to the organization.

Shop with iGive.com

Help the Autism Society of North Carolina every time you shop online, automatically. VisitĀ iGive.comĀ or download the iGive app to begin shopping at more than 1,400 stores, and a percentage of your purchases will be donated back to us.

Fundraise with Network for Good

Network for Good is an American-certified, B Corporation software company that helps non-profit organizations raise funds. You can donate to the Autism Society of North Carolina by visiting our Network for Good page. You can also create your own Network for Good fundraiser on behalf of the Autism Society of North Carolina. For more information, please email Development Associate Michael Hooker.