Your generosity enables Easterseals Midwest to provide help, hope, and answers to people living with autism and other disabilities and the families who love them. Easterseals exceeds all of the Standards for Charity Accountability set by the BBB Wise Giving Alliance.
Your gift to Easterseals makes a profound difference in the lives of people with disability.
Donate by phone: 314-394-7100
Donate by mail -- check contributions (made payable to Easterseals Midwest)
may be sent to:
13545 Barrett Parkway, Ste. 300
Ballwin, MO 63021-3823
We offer additional ways to give:
Can cover 3 hours of on-the-job support for people with developmental disabilities, helping to ensure their long-term success at work.
Can provide 3 hours of registered nursing services to ensure the health and well-being of those we serve.
Can cover 1 week of a summer internship for a teen with a developmental disability to help ensure his or her future job success.
Can provide 12 hours of life-changing therapy for a child with autism who is struggling to communicate.
Can provide relief for families in need and help offset their out-of-pocket costs for life-changing autism programs, which can be out of reach even with autism insurance coverage.
Can offer intensive, early training and support for 1 family to learn how to positively interact with and care for their child with autism.
Can provide 3 individuals with developmental disabilities with essential skill-building opportunities so that they can secure and sustain a competitive job in the community
Can provide much-needed relief for 6 individuals with developmental disabilities to move off of the statewide waiting list and into their own homes.
For the very first time, Missouri is offering Autism Awareness specialty license plates. These license plates provide taxpayers with a new way to support autism programs, while increasing awareness of autism. Autism now affects 1 in 70 children in Missouri. Your specialty license plate purchase will help provide vital services for children and adults in Missouri who have autism.