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Changing Lives by Building More Inclusive Workforces

Donate today to help us increase the number of job opportunities for young autistic adults.


Your donation goes directly to support an internship for an autistic individual, where they gain real work experience, hard and soft skills.

Your generosity truly makes a difference for the autistic individuals we serve!  


When you donate to Spectrum Works, you help drive social change and help young autistic adults live up to their potential for stable, successful, economically self-sufficient lives.


Join us and make a difference!  Your contribution will help change society’s perception of how to integrate autistic people into the workplace, raise awareness that autistic individuals can be valuable employees and increase employment opportunities for autistic adults.


Spectrum Works is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Our federal Tax Identification number is 27-4810387.
Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. 

Spectrum Works welcomes and appreciates donations of any amount.


Matching Contributions: Many companies sponsor matching gift programs and will make a gift to Spectrum Works when an employee or spouse makes a gift. Please check with your employer about its matching gift program!

For details on Corporate Giving, Customized Sponsorship, including us in your Corporate Social Responsibility plan, or to arrange a donation in another manner, please contact (201) 552-2055 or email our Fundraising Manager, Christina at

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Please make checks payable to "Spectrum Works" and send to 

Spectrum Works

Attn: Development   
565 Windsor Drive 
Secaucus, NJ 07094 

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Jobs Change Lives. 

"It was meant to be from the very beginning… it really gives him the ability to do something that he loves to do." - Donna Romano, Parent

"I don’t know of any other organization that does this.  The staff stays with the students, trains them and shows them what to do.  They even work with the owner of the company to fill positions.  It makes me very happy…Andrew’s a proud kid and he has gained confidence.  People appreciate what he is doing.” - Larry Berra, Parent

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