Why Support Us?
Imagine a workplace where neurodiverse and neurotypical individuals work side by side, equally valued for their abilities.
Your support will enable the greatest number of neurodiverse individuals to become workforce ready and employed in professional jobs.
Together, we can make it happen
Philanthropic Impact: The Results Speak For Themselves
75-80% of autistic and/or developmentally disabled individuals are under or unemployed
90-100% of candidates complete our Assessment & Training Program
85% of our successful candidates receive a job offer from our business partner, TPI
94% job retention rate after one year of employment
Philanthropic Impact: Beyond The Numbers
The impact of your support goes beyond the numbers. Once our candidates complete our program, and are successfully employed, they often attain:
- Personal independence
- Financial independence
- Increased confidence
- Less reliance on public assistance
- Recognition and utilization of skills and abilities
- Increased sense of purpose
- Opportunity for increased community and socialization
- And many more unrealized aspirations!
For families, your support helps answer the fundamental question:
“What will happen to my neurodiverse family member if I’m no longer able to support them?”
Ways To Donate
Making A Difference: Join Us!
The Precision Institute’s continued success relies on philanthropic support.
Learn how you or your organization, can support our mission to enable the greatest number of neurodiverse individuals to become workforce ready and employed in professional jobs!
Meet Our Supporters
Thank you to Andy Atkins who originated our Founders Circle and the members who have demonstrated early & significant support for our program!
Thank you to the corporations, foundations and governmental agencies who continue to support us!
For more information about ways you can donate,
contact Janet Atwater, Executive Director [email protected]
Changing Lives – Success Stories
“This experience has been one of the most rewarding of my working life. I have had my share of jobs where the culture was not as conducive to my learning style as I would prefer; besides that, I have had a number of experiences with following up after applying for a position, only to not hear back from the company. I am greatly [enjoying] working for TPI, since it seems like it can be a kind of second home. Everyone is very friendly and supportive and, in my experience, that is something increasingly rare!”
– Peter H.