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Our mission is to provide children and their families diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders with education, programs, resources, scholarships and research for integrative therapies.

The Lily Grace Foundation provides services and employ personnel, board of directors, and engages clients, vendors, and volunteers, without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or marital status.

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ABOUT US

Providing children & families diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders

with education, resources, research, and scholarships for medical & integrative therapies.

An award winning 501(c)3 non profit foundation

MISSION

Our mission is to provide children and their families diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders to education, resources, research, and scholarships for integrative & medical therapies.

The Lily Grace Foundation is a charity you can trust.  We are a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non profit founded in 2013.  our EIN is 46-4368547.

AWARDS

2015 & 2016

Awarded the Great Nonprofits Top Charity, a charity review organization supported by the Gates and Forbes Foundations. Less than 1% of nonprofits receive this honor. 

 

September 22, 2015
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper authorized flags to be flown over the Colorado State Capitol in honor of the Lily Grace Foundation, and those affected by autism and neurological disorders. 

TRUSTWORTHY

LGF is consistently ranked as a non profit in good standing with the State of Colorado.

 

We are proud to achieve Platinum Status, the highest ranking with GuideStar, an independent charity review organization. Download our annual report here.

LGF is a member of the Colorado Non Profit Association.

 ADVOCATING OUR MISSION

LGF Advocacy and Autism Awareness

 

April 2016

Colorado Governor

John Hickenlooper proclaimed Autism Awareness Month for the State of Colorado, via advocacy from LGF.

 

September 2015

Colorado Governor

John Hickenlooper authorized flags to be flown in honor of LGF and those affected by autism and neurological disorders.