Donate in support of an individual or team
All participants have a fundraising page.
To support an individual: click here to be taken to the search page and then just type in their name.
To support a team: click here then scroll down until you find the name of the team or team captain. Click on the link for their donation page.
Donate by Mail
You can also send a check payable to ASSEW to:
Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin
Attn: Dylan’s Run
3720 N 124th Street, Suite O
Wauwatosa, WI 53222
Pledges can be turned in on the day of the event or mailed to the ASSEW office. Click here for a pledge form.
Be a fundraiser
Help us raise funds that will benefit the lives of those who are affected by autism in the nine-county SE WE service area. Sign up, raise money, run, walk and feel proud! Your donation and funds you collect on our behalf will make a difference in the lives of individuals with autism. Thank you for thinking of Dylan’s Run, and for your support.
Create your own individual fund-raising page
Want to join in the fundraising efforts? You may create your own fundraising page to set goals, easily track your efforts and reach out to family, friends, and contacts in your social networks. Just go to the “Volunteer” page and click to register as a volunteer. Then, for the “Volunteer Role”, select “Fundraiser Only” on the scroll thru menu. By selecting that option you will be allowed to create a login and set up your own fundraising page! Need a friendly voice to help you get started? Call our office at 414.988.1260 for help.
Where do the proceeds go?
Dylan’s Run is our largest fundraiser of the year, and money funds program support of the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin and autism research. The Autism Society has been a part of the greater Milwaukee community since 1976. You can trust that the money you donate will stay in our area, and provide support and programming right here, right now for individuals on the Autism Spectrum and their families.
We are proud of our on-going commitment to research, including applied research that supports individuals living with autism and their families.
Connections to Other Families Living with Autism
The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin has developed an extensive network of caring families for over 35 years.
The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin has a wealth of information, methods of support, workshops, and other resources.
For parents of children of any age and for adults with high-function autism spectrum disorders.
Outreach to Medical Professionals
The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin sponsors lectures for physicians at the Medical College of Wisconsin and Children’s Hospital, to make sure the doctors in our community have the opportunity to hear about the latest news from researchers and best practice from clinicians who specialize in Autism Spectrum Disorders. We are working with the CDC’s Learn the Signs, Act Early Campaign, to make sure that pediatricians and family doctors have access to screening tools to help identify children early who may have developmental differences.
We offer training for educators who are supporting children with autism in their classes, as well as providing information for typically developing classmates. Dylans Run also funds a scholarship program for teachers and other educators who are pursuing further study on autism.