Donate – Get Involved


Thank you for wanting to make a personal donation. There are four easy ways you can give.

1. Make a secure donation by doing an e-transfer to

2. Make a donation by mailing a cheque:

Payable to:

Lennox & Addington County Autism Network.

Office location:

40 Winchester Drive, Napanee, ON K7R 3R2.

3. Make a secure payment with PayPal:


This is an increasingly popular way of celebrating an occasion or event. You can now donate to Lennox & Addington County Autism Network as a way of celebrating a wedding, birthday, anniversary, retirement, holiday or personal accomplishment.


Being involved in a corporate business/citizen can positively impact the quality of life in our communities. This reinforces (and demonstrates) your investment in the health and well-being of the vulnerable individuals and their families closest to you. 


Donating appreciated stocks, bonds and mutual fund units is the most tax-effective way to make an outstanding gift during your lifetime. Donors receive a tax credit for their gift and you also pay no capital gains tax. Stock donations represent a win-win situation for everyone involved.

Donating cash or appreciated securities, you will receive a tax receipt which will create a tax credit. Extra tax incentive available for gifts of appreciated publicly listed securities makes stocks the least expensive way to give. Donors receive a tax credit for their gift but you also pay no capital gains tax.

Please contact Mandy Stapley at if you have any questions.

You can volunteer:


Be a part of our organization making an impact in our community and in Ontario.

The Lennox & Addington County Autism Network is currently looking for volunteers in the following areas:

1) Website management.  

2) Social media.

3) Newsletter writer.

4) Event volunteer.

Join our team today and make a difference in your community.  Please contact Mandy by e-mail or call 613.532.0465.

-Are you interested in continuing your education in the social sciences programs at Queens University or St. Lawrence College?

-Do you like to help people?

Our team would be delighted to share how you can volunteer and feel good about helping your community grow! Contact us for more information.

Ways to currently volunteer:

1.With our little builders LEGO group.
2.With Special events/mentor ship program.
3.With musical therapy adult group.

You can donate:

We need your help in ensuring quality support for people with autism in Lennox & Addington County.

If you are able please donate here (LINK). There is a generous tax deduction available.

There are many other ways to contribute.

If you are considering good-will, please consider our local not-for-profit organization.

We are always accepting donations of gently used items. Check out the list below.

We are looking for:
Sound cancelling headphones of all sizes
Puzzles (particularly inlay/wooden puzzles)
White noise device/sound machine
Sensory light projectors
Train set
Sensory toys, including personal trampoline, fidget toys, flapjack chairs.

Fundraising and Awareness:

Interested in hosting us for a fundraising event?

Do you have a business allowing a partnership to help our community and spread awareness? Please contact us for more information.

Previous Fundraising efforts in our community:

We partnered with SoftBall for Autism to support local autism families in our community, raising $500 for ten local families in September of 2019.

SoftBall for Autism (Piontek Family)

We partnered with Disco Ball Events roller-skate event raising $1,100.00 to support autism programs in the L&A community in February of 2020 and again for October’s ASD awareness month and raised an additional $400.00 for an upcoming pallet’able art project named ‘Inclusion’ set to unveil Spring 2021.

Disco Ball Events with Jay Bradley
October’s Autism Awareness Month -skate.
Promotion partnership with Becky Hinch photography
October’s Canadian Autism Awareness month
ASD Awareness Campaign featuring local individuals.
Local parent works with community to get signage for safety and awareness of ASD
Participating in raising funds for autism research- car parade 2020
L&A Museum tree decorating contest 2020
Something big coming 2021!