The Flutie 5K is a timed run, walk, stroll that raises awareness and acceptance of autism spectrum disorder autism. Every step you take helps fund the Flutie Foundation’s programs and initiatives that are helping people and families affected by autism live life to the fullest!
The "Arc Tank" competition is seeking new ways to tackle difficult issues in the disability community with creative approaches. The Flutie Foundation joins partnership that will award $300,000 to out-of-the-box projects that are improving the lives of people with autism and other developmental disabilities!
This month, multiple New England families learned that they would be the recipients of a total of $50,500 in grant funding through the Flutie Foundation’s Joey’s Fund program, founded by Michele and Bob Gay.
For 20 years now, we've been on a shared journey to make the world a better place for people and families affected by autism. 2018 was another great year!
Individuals and families affected by autism helped each year
Distributed to families, schools, organizations and community partners
Campers receive scholarships each year to participate in adaptive summer programming
Kids kept safe from wandering with tracking devices, fences and other safety equipment
In assistive technology grants awarded to support communication for people with autism