Our goal is to help integrate persons with Autism into society so they benefit from greater accessibility to
work, academic, and community programs.
Ausum Charity for Autism supports two programs which help achieve our goal.
Our IBI Funding Program provides financial support to low-income households for children age 17 and under
with Autism to receive IBI Therapy. Ausum Charity believes that every child with Autism should be supported.
To apply to our IBI Funding Program, download our application from the application tab.
Ausum Charity also supports an Autism Awareness program called the Gallery of Inspiration.
This program invites Autistic individuals with artistic talents to showcase their creativity at our gallery.
The gallery provides a forum for the public to attend and learn about Autism through discovery of the hidden
capabilities of Autistic individuals. To learn more about the Gallery of Inspiration, please click here.
Ausum Charity for Autism, a registered Canadian charity, was founded by Yojna Gupta in June 2015 and the organization operates
from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
At age 4, Avnish, Yojna’s son, was diagnosed with Autism. At that time she did not know what Autism was,
nor did she know anything about Intense Behavioral Intervention Therapy (IBI Therapy).
Years later, she recognized that when children diagnosed with Autism receive IBI therapy, those children exhibit
much stronger development in learning, communication, and social skills.
Avnish is the inspiration behind Ausum Charity for Autism.
Our Board of Directors
Yojna Gupta – President / Founder
Larry Roache – Director
Tushar “Jeet” Das – Director
Stephen Favaro – Director
Anil Puri – Treasurer
Your support is deeply appreciated. A tax deductible donation receipt is issued for any donations $20 CAD and above.
Proceeds go to providing IBI funding to low income households for individuals affected with Autism.