learn with kindness

Learn with Kindness: A 30-day Kindness Campaign created just for schools

Join the Autism Speaks Kindness Campaign and celebrate World Autism Month by revealing daily kindness activities on a fun, interactive calendar — order printed scratch-off calendars, download the app or use the website. Designed to work (and be awesome!) in virtual, in-person or hybrid settings, everyone will love reaching fundraising milestones and earning kindness swag. Kickoff your campaign with a Kindness Break Assembly and complement your campaign with customized resources for kindergarten through college.

How It Works

Step 1
Register Sign Up
Step 2
Earn prizes by completing tasks and raising funds
Step 3
Share your Kindness Campaign: ask for donations to help create a kinder world
Step 4
Tap into kindness resources and add even more meaning to your campaign
Step 5
Celebrate your success!

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from our community

Leilana M.
Leilani M. | 15 Years Old

Too often people think that non-verbal people don’t have anything to say because they can’t speak, but that is so far from the truth.

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Vincent F.
Vincent F. | 20 Years Old

Vincent is enrolled in the FDNY Emergency Medical Service Training Academy and couldn’t wait to get back to work, even during the pandemic.

Read Vincent's Story

Kristen and Hudson T.
Kristen and Hudson T.

At a time such as this, it is SO important to utilize any and all support you can get.

Read Kristen and Hudson's Story

What Drives Us

Today 1 in 44 children in the US is diagnosed with autism.*

What Makes Us Unique

Autism Speaks' efforts fuel innovative research and critical lifelong supports and services.

How We Help

Autism Speaks has funded nearly $234M, primarily in scientific grants, resulting in an additional $1B of publicly-sourced autism-related funding.

*Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) prevalence estimates are for 3 years prior to the report date (e.g. 2021 figures are from 2018)