• Create Acceptance

    This April, join us for Autism Awareness Month as we move our communities toward acceptance. Use our free online materials in classrooms, clubs, faith communities, and more. Post photos and stories of friendship on social media with #A2AforAutism. Read More
  • How are we doing?

    The Autism Society of North Carolina is committed to providing the highest quality experiences for all of the individuals and families we serve. Your feedback on our 2016 survey will help us achieve this goal. Please complete this confidential survey by April 30. Read More
  • Online Resource Directory

    We are pleased to provide a new, web-based database of the most often requested or recommended resources in our state. Search by category, keyword, and agency name. Read More
  • New programs in Eastern NC

    This summer, we will begin offering new social recreation programs in Wilmington, Brunswick County, Carteret County, and Greenville with support from Trillium Health Resources. Sign up now to stay informed about programs starting near you! Read More
  • Need ABA or Other In-home Treatment? We can help

    ASNC is an in-network provider of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) and other evidence based treatments for the State Employees Health Plan and other insurance programs. Read More
  • Register now for Day Camp

    We are offering 10 weeks of Day Camp this summer at Camp Royall. Registration opened March 1 and is first come, first served. Registration for Overnight Camp has closed. Read More
  • Help Improve Lives!

    Together, we can help individuals with autism build meaningful lives and contribute to their communities through their unique gifts. Learn how you can help today. Read More
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Volunteer

Thank you for considering volunteering your time with the Autism Society of North Carolina.

We welcome the opportunity to place you in a productive and fulfilling volunteer role. If you are interested in donating time to help us, please complete our volunteer application form by clicking here. A staff member will be in touch regarding your application.

Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities (listed geographically)

Raleigh:

  • Filing once a month for two hours
  • data entry
  • writing honorarium/memorial cards once a week for 1-2 hours: help needed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays
  • photo albums, data collection, mailings, agency fairs (in the fall), charity events, and special fundraisers

Camp Royall (Moncure, in Chatham County):

Sample volunteer activities are listed below. We have a separate page for camp volunteers including forms and group volunteer opportunities. To view that content and sign up to volunteer at Camp Royall click here.

  • carpentry
  • painting
  • trail clearing
  • gardening
  • creating schedule books
  • camp store/concession stand
  • dining hall
  • Camp can accommodate volunteer groups of up to 50, any days/hours.
  • We need help organizing activities for Family Fun Days, Family Camping Weekends, High Functioning Adult Retreats, and Peer Buddies.

Blog

 
 

Keeping you up to date with insight and perspective

As an agency, the Autism Society of North Carolina works to inform and educate the community about issues affecting individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. Read more about family issues, legislative topics, and best practices in our blog.

 

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Improving Lives

 
 

A Lifetime Together

Individuals with autism possess unique skills and can reach their goals and contribute to their communities when they receive the right support. Our annual campaign, A Lifetime Together, will increase the number of children, adults, and families that we are able to serve. Through scholarships, you can make an investment that improve lives well beyond the day you make a gift. 

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ASNC Bookstore

 
 

Largest autism-specific bookstore

The Autism Society of North Carolina operates the world's largest autism-specific bookstore, AutismBookstore.com, as a resource to families, professionals, and individuals on the autism spectrum. Regardless of the topic, we have the book to meet your need. When you buy from us, you can enjoy one-stop shopping with the proceeds supporting individuals on the autism spectrum and their families.

 

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Camp Royall

 
 

A life-changing place

Whether it's during a week at Summer Camp or a Family Fun Day, Camp Royall provides life-changing experiences. Located on 133 acres in Chatham County, the Autism Society of North Carolina's camp facility offers respite, professional training, and a peaceful and relaxing escape from the daily routine.

 

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