Serving people in the bi-county area of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington; managed by a volunteer Board of Directors consisting of professionals, community members, and family members. We are a non-profit, incorporated organization that provides funding to services for people who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Grant Applications – (Spring & Fall)

Grant applications are now being accepted for Spring 2019 programs (deadline: April 5th, 2019). Please click here for the grant application and email it to kingstonfoundationforautism@gmail.com.

2019 Golf Tournament

The annual KFASD will not be hosting a Golf Tournament this year. We thank all of our previous sponsors for their dedicated time and commitment.

Jeanette Holden Memorial Bursary

KFASD is proud to announce that bursaries are available to individuals with ASD living in the KFL&A area who wish to have a camp experience this summer. The deadline for applications for 2019 is May 3rd 2019. Please contact Paula at kingstonfoundationforautism@gmail.com or KFASD to apply.

Jeanette Holden Memorial Bursary(NOT income based) The Kingston Foundation for Autism Spectrum Disorders offers a limited number of Bursaries to individuals with ASD, living in the KFL&A area, wishing to have a camp experience (within the KFL&A area) this summer.  Funds will be given directly to the camp of your child’s choice. Submit a one page letter stating why you wish to go to camp to kingstonfoundationforautism@gmail.com  by May 3rd 2019. Successful candidates will be selected by lottery and contacted shortly afterwards. 

Diamond Jubilee Medals

Two board members of the KFASD have been awarded 2013 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals. Dr. Jeanette Holden, recently deceased, was awarded the medal for her autism research, advocacy, and community work. Paula Ball received the medal for her community work for children with autism. Paula Ball also recently received the Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship.