get your autism license plate
home page about menu purchase Grants Information contact us  


The funds available through this grant process are generated through the sale of the Florida “Support Autism Programs” specialty license plates; and from voluntary contributions made when people check off “Autism Services” on motor vehicle registration forms and drivers license applications. The more Florida autism license plates sold and check off contributions received the more funds will be generated and available through future grant activity.

The inaugural grants process had a deadline for grant consideration of July 16, 2012. Grants were awarded to the following organizations:

"Florida Autism Speciality License Plate Funds Award $22,500 in Grants to Florida Non-Profits" - Read Press Release
$2,500.00 Best Buddies Florida Miami, FL Buddies Miami Highschool Friendship & Leadership Project
$2,500.00 Deliver the Dream Ft. Lauderdale, FL Retreat & Respite Program
$1,500.00 Island Dolphin Care Key Largo, FL Program Scholarships
$2,500.00 Miami Children's Museum Miami, FL Sensory Saturdays
$1,500.00 Nova Southeastern University Fort Lauderdale, FL Super Saturday Autism Workshops
$2,500.00 Project Lifesaver of Palm Beach County W.Palm Beach, FL Autism Wandering Rescue Initiative
$2,500.00 South Florida Autism Charter Schools, Inc. Hialeah, FL Alternative Augmentative Communication Technology Project
$2,500.00 UF Center for Arts in Medicine Gainesville, FL Dance to Connect
$2,500.00 VSA Florida Tampa, FL My Art My Way Hand 'n Hand Artist Residency Program
$2,000.00 Abi's Place Coral Springs, FL Functional life skills program

When we generate sufficient funds to undertake another grants process, it will be announced on our Facebook page, this website, news releases and via email to our mailing list.

If you would like to be included on our mailing list to be sure to receive notices about future grant activity, please send an e mail to

Follow the autism license plate on Facebook at

The Autism License Plate Fund and the Autism Services Grant Council are administered by  
Achievement and Rehabilitation Centers, Inc., a Florida, non-profit, Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) exempt organization.