Sponsor an Event
Looking to Sponsor an Event with Autism Society of Indiana?
ASI Website – the website is constantly being updated with new providers and information beneficial for the community. ASI heavily relies on electronic communication to deliver key information about programs and services, news and updates, tips and tricks, human rights, and other important information. www.inautism.org
ASI Facebook page – 5,100 followers and 5,245 “likes” with a response rate of under seven hours. Information posted on the ASI Facebook page receives an average of 1,000 hits within 24 hours, meaning there is a strong following of the ASI page. www.facebook.com/autismindiana
Facebook Live videos help share information with visitors in a personal way, and a minimum of one daily post helps connect with the community. Also, many of the Allies have Facebook groups in their local areas where people can connect with others with similar issues and support each other. www.facebook.com/autismindiana Twitter – 1,660 followers, tweeted 3,700 times @inautism
Twitter – 1,660 followers, tweeted 3,700 times @inautism
ASI E-Newsletter – reaches approximately 10,000 people twice monthly.
Targeted emails – frequently, Allies send targeted emails to families and providers in their areas about new programs, important news, and other beneficial community information. Autism Expos – ASI hosts three expos throughout the year. These are free to the community, and there is an array of service providers and community organizations with whom people can connect. Over 2,000 people visit the expos and an average of 100 providers and organizations exhibit annually.
Autism Expos – ASI hosts two expos throughout the year. These are free to the community, and there is an array of service providers and community organizations with whom people can connect. Over 2,000 people visit the expos and an average of 100 providers and organizations exhibit annually.
Awareness Walks – ASI hosts two walks annually. The walk in Fort Wayne is in its fourth year and has seen a steady increase in walkers. Providers and community organizations have booths that provide information, like the expos, to everyone there. In Fort Wayne, the number of attendees has increased by over 70% and the number of exhibitors has increased 40% each year. Terre Haute Walk is in its 2nd year which got a great response from the community last year. Plus support from the local providers and community organizations.
We appreciate your gracious support! With your support of our events, you will make a huge impact on individuals and families affected by autism in Indiana!
If you have any questions contact Kelli Higgins, Community Outreach Ally at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-609-8449 ext. 44.