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I-ASC seeks to make spelling and the relevant supports accessible to every person who is unable to use speech as a reliable means of communication, regardless of geography, age, socio-economic or educational status. Insurance coverage and wide availability are essential to ensure access to communication for all nonspeaking people. I-ASC works daily to accomplish this goal through training, advocacy, education, and research.
Your donation helps us make communication obtainable for all nonspeakers to have equitable and supported access to all aspects of life-long education, employment, relationships, and community.
L-O-V-E is the most universal form of communication. L-O-V-E shatters barriers and builds understanding and respect. L-O-V-E lets everyone be enough. L-O-V-E recognizes the outstanding potential in all people.
As the year closes, we invite you to show some L-O-V-E! We are dedicated to making Spelling to Communicate training and resources universally available so that all nonspeaking people globally can freely express themselves and live their lives to the fullest. You can help someone leave a lifetime of silence and enter a world of opportunity with even the smallest donation.
Communication is a fundamental human right. With considerable financial obstacles for families, we don’t want finances to be a barrier to accessing communication. In 2021 we created the Speller Access Fund, which helps new spellers who need financial assistance to afford S2C sessions with a registered S2C Practitioner. Qualified new spellers receive a complete set of stencil letterboards, two workbooks, and vouchers for five sessions with a registered S2C Practitioner participating in the Speller Access Fund Program.
Sponsoring a future speller costs only $700.00.
The nonspeaking population is currently severely underserved. With over 26 million nonspeakers worldwide, there need to be more trained practitioners to teach them. I-ASC is committed to training more S2C Practitioners using best practices to increase the number of rigorously prepared S2C practitioners available to coach families and nonspeakers and increase access to communication and learning.
Sponsoring a future Practitioner Scholarship starts at $500.00.
To donate by snail mail, send a check or money order in U.S. dollars made payable to I-ASC and mail it to:
P.O. Box 1361
Herndon, Virginia, USA, 20171
Yes, I-ASC is part of the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Pledges made by Federal civilian, postal and military donors can be made during the CFC season. I-ASC's 5-digit CFC code is 89720.
Yes, recurring donations can be done through our giving portal.
I-ASC is honored that you would think of us at this difficult time. To set up a fund in honor of a loved one, call us at 703-454-0202 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can set up a personalized donation link for you.
Donations submitted to I-ASC are tax-deductible. I-ASC is a U.S. nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization (tax identification number 82-1395255) under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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I-ASC is a nonprofit organization that is funded through private and public donations. We will also seek funding through grants. I-ASC also generates funds through S2C Practitioner Training and practitioner membership fees.
Donations submitted to I-ASC are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law and are processed in U.S. dollars. I-ASC is a U.S. nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization (tax identification number 82-1395255) under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. I-ASC publishes an annual report regarding the allocation of resources and performance concerning target goals, programs, and activities. If you have additional questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, we are actively looking for grants that support I-ASC’s mission. The entire staff is always on the alert for grant opportunities. If you know of any grants that might be appropriate for I-ASC, email us at email@example.com.
We are open to opportunities for funding at all levels – federal, state, local, and private grants.
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