Great Society Inc. is the US Federally recognized Non-Profit Organization, Public Charity, 501(c)(3) in process, currently seeking compassionate partnership with organizations or people who can support this noble cause at all levels, including financially, to follow our "Road Map" with the only one goal is to Support American Autism Community.
If you feel called by God or moved by generosity or compassion to help those in greater need, know that you will be the answer to someone’s prayer who is in pain or sickness and we will become “Partners in Compassion” with your generous “One-Time Donation” or your “Continued Support”.
Please click on the DONATE button to make a difference with a secured contribution through PayPal and in turn, we will send you a receipt for your tax deduction purposes at the end of the year. We will also send you information on the progress of our mission. Our staff and volunteer body thank you from the bottom of our hearts and we pray that God blesses you, your family, and your businesses abundantly.
We Welcome You Aboard!
Thank you for your donation to GREAT SOCIETY INC.
You truly make a difference for us, and we are incredibly grateful!
We appreciate you and your help to make a difference; our primary goal is to support the American Autism Community and follow our Road Map.
Reviewing and improving upon website content and checking website navigation;
Writing journal article synopses related to autism;
Promoting our website and newsletter; Data Research and Analytics;
Monitoring and/or responding to misinformation from the media and promoting accurate information through our Media Watch initiative;
Compiling and updating links and resources for visitors to our website;
Participating in and assisting with fundraising activities
Conduct close educational support that leads to positive outcomes for many children on the autism spectrum.
Provide an environment suited for visual, physical, and tactile perception of surrounding objects
Provide support for kids with ASD phobia that interferes with their daily lives, including frequent, intense, debilitating, and unusual fears.
Teach Art Therapy, ABA Therapy, Pet Therapy, Behavior Analysis, and Development of children's language skills
Hold camps/extracurricular activities
Provide ASD appropriate food (foodbanks) for children and their families.