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Autism Sprinter serves low-income, predominantly black and brown single mothers from Boston and Randolph who too frequently denied critical information and deprived of essential resources because of economic circumstances, linguistic and cultural heritage, and access to social capital. There is a lack of community awareness and acceptance of children with autism in the urban community and there are few “autism-friendly” events, restaurants, community centers or housing opportunities that meet our needs. Many parents are also afraid to seek help because of stigma of mental health challenges in communities of color. Underfunded public schools are infrequently able to provide the specialized services and resources needed for family support and stabilization. understands our needs from a cultural responsive lens. We are raising funds to continue to our culturally responsive work in the disability space.
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|Donation date||Donor name||Donation amount|
|Sep 05||Happy Birthday Yahaira!||$26.38|
|Sep 04||Anonymous||Undisclosed amount|
|Aug 13||Lisa Guisbond||$26.38|
|Aug 13||Anonymous||Undisclosed amount|
|Aug 13||Steve Vigil||$105.50|
|Aug 12||Barbara Becker||Undisclosed amount|
|Aug 12||Rachel Watson||Undisclosed amount|
|Aug 12||Sherraine and Christopher||$52.75|