Donations

How You Can Help:

The gift you give goes far beyond material necessities. Your donation will support these remarkable children and allow them to participate in once-in-a-lifetime educational programs and nourishing events such as Camp Runamuk — a four-day, three-night camp dedicated to empower, support and change the lives of these exceptional families. Programs such as Camp Runamuk help children with special needs and their families participate in activities designed to empower, support and blossom in their community.

Your support allows us to continue this important work to promote acceptance, value and empowerment for children with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other medical and developmental needs. Together, with your help, we will continue to make a significant difference in the futures of these exceptional families.

Ways of Helping:

Three Ways of Helping:

The Foundation for Exceptional Kids is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization and is a Qualifying Charitable Organization for the Working Poor Tax Credit. All contributions to the Foundation are tax deductible.

    • Online – Donate Today
    • By Phone – Credit card donations may be made by phone by calling 480.245.7456.
    • By Mail – Checks are accepted and welcome at our mailing address:
      Foundation for Exceptional Kids
      1848 N. 52nd Street
      Phoenix, AZ 85008

Your Donation in Action:

— Your gift will provide assistance to special needs youth and their families for educational and nourishing programs such as Camp Runamuk. Camp programs build value and self-esteem through group activities, adventures, horseback riding, campfires and positive relationship-building activities.

— Your generosity will help provide programs that improve social, developmental, and financial goals for children with special needs and the caregivers that support them.

— Your philanthropy will provide support to professionals to cultivate and implement services committed to the positive interaction and integration of special needs consumers into their community.