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The Scott Center needs your help to provide these services that are so desperately needed in our community. There are many ways that you and your family can support The Scott Center including financial donation, time donation through volunteering, and supply donation. We also have many events and activities that raise funds for our programs. Participating in these events is a fun and rewarding way to support us.
1st Quarter Newsletter for Donors
Annual Gift Report | Fiscal Year of Report: 2017-2018
We invite you to help us continue our mission throughout the year. Gifts from individuals, corporations and foundations allow The Scott Center for Autism Treatment to expand its clinical, training programs, and applied research.
We have several ways for you to donate directly to the Scott Center.
Donate by mail
Florida Institute of Technology
Attn: Scott Center for Autism Treatment
150 W. University Blvd.
Melbourne, FL 32901
Contact our office
Call (321) 674-8106 x1
Office hours 8 a.m.–5 p.m. EST
An Evening of Hope XI Sponsorship
An Evening of Hope is the annual fundraising gala to help support the Center and to raise much needed scholarship/subsidy money. Sponsorships are available ranging from $500-$15,000. In return for sponsorship, donors are given a corresponding number of tickets to attend the event.
An Evening of Hope is a much anticipated community event, with each year showcasing a different location. This year’s An Evening of Hope XI will be held at the beautiful Buescher Residence in Merritt Island. Please join us in celebrating 11 years of support for The Scott Center for Autism Treatment and the families we serve.
Donate to the WISH Scholarship Fund
The Scott Center provides financial assistance to families that would not otherwise be able to afford services. All donations go directly to the WISH scholarship fund for families receiving services at the Scott Center for Autism Treatment.
The Scott Center is always in need of new/gently used school supplies and learning activities. We also accept donation of cleaning supplies, waters, office supplies and more. To find out our current needs, contact our office.
Contact Our Office
Call (321) 674-8106 x1
Office hours 8 a.m.–5 p.m. EST
Volunteer Your Time
Your time is one of your greatest treasures. We are always looking for volunteers to help with events that benefit The Scott Center for Autism Treatment. We do not accept volunteers to work one on one with our clients but appreciate extra hands at larger events such as our Autism 5k, Aces for Autism, The Melbourne Music Marathon, and the Women's Pro Tennis Tournament at the Kiwi Tennis Club each April. Please watch the 20 min video by following the link below, as well as, submit the Volunteer form to email@example.com.
Connect and Engage with Us on Social Media
Engaging with The Scott Center on Social Media is a fantastic way to raise awareness about what's going on at the Center and how the community can help. Sharing posts from our social media pages, or personal stories and experiences you have had with the Center helps expand our reach to audiences in a way that we aren't able to do without your help.
Fundraising Groups & Foundations
Join us as we RUN to Raise Awareness for Autism!
The 2016-2017 Scott Center Running Club is excited to be in its 6th year!
Designed for the beginning to intermediate runner, the our program prepares members for races in Brevard County. Some of these races include the Tap it and Run 5k, The Melbourne Music Marathon, The 5K Run/Walk for Autism Awareness, Eye of the Dragon 10K, and the Space Coast Marathon.
With 1 in 68 children in the United States on the autism spectrum, we want to raise awareness! Run for a family member, friend, or a family from The Scott Center for Autism Treatment.
Alex Brack came to Florida Tech in the Fall of 2012 as a kicker for the Panther Football team and to pursue a major in Civil Engineering. Prior to coming to college, Alex had a younger friend named John Tyler with autism that he became a mentor and buddy for. Because of this relationship, as well as his love for children in general, Alex became involved as a volunteer for The Scott Center for Autism Treatment which is on the campus of Florida Tech. Between 2012-2014, Alex spent time with students from the Center, teaching them football skills and drills during the Center's Social Skills classes as well as helping at events.
Alex passed away in an automobile accident in November 2014 and to honor his legacy, the Brack family has created the Alex Brack Scholarship Foundation. A portion of the funds from this foundation will be donated to the Autism Center each year to off-set costs for families in need of services.
"Janet and I have been overwhelmed with the way the scholarship fund has taken off and the outpouring of love from the FIT and Melbourne community as well as our local community. It is with gratitude that we make the first donation from the Alex Brack Scholarship Foundation to The Scott Center for Autism Treatment." said Alex's father, Greg Brack.
The Brack family’s overall plans for the Foundation are donations to a local Autism center in their hometown as well as Down Syndrome center and annual high school scholarships at Alex’s Alma Mater. A donation will continue to be made each year to The Scott Center in honor of Alex's giving and loving spirit.
To donate please send your gift payable to:
Alex Brack Scholarship Foundation
Walton County Teachers Federal Credit Union
PO Box 634
DeFuniak Springs, Fl. 32435
The Scott Center for Autism Treatment is pleased to announce 4th year of the "Aces for Autism" program.
This is a fundraising event that lasts throughout the school year. During the year, Florida Tech tennis coach, Bill Macom, and his team will provide support through a Kiwi Tennis Club Exhibition, tennis instruction to children with autism, and an "Aces for Autism" sponsorship to offset costs for the families of the social skills program through the Macom Scholarship. These events will address the specific needs of children with autism and their families by providing a coordinated recreation, which will assist in social skills and physical fitness. It is also an opportunity for the Scott Center families to enjoy a leisure activity together.
For more information or to sponsor the Aces program, contact:
The Scott Center for Autism Treatment
150 W. University Blvd.
Melbourne, FL 32901-6975
321- 674-8106 ext. 1
Below are some of the gifts that we have received from our generous community in recent years.
- In 2007, the Scott Center received $1.4 million from Edward Scott.
- In 2008, the Health Resources and Services Administration supported the center with $2.4 million in federal funding.
- In 2009, An Evening of Hope I fundraiser raised money for construction of the playground at the Scott Center.
- In 2010, received the Eckerd Grant. The funds helped families in need.
- In 2010, An Evening of Hope II fundraiser raised money to help improve services at the Scott Center.
- In the fall of 2010, the Aces for Autism Tennis Exhibition raised over $13,000 to assist current Scott Center families.
- In 2011, An Evening of Hope III fundraiser, held at the home of Ed and Cheryl Scott, raised over $190,000. The funds will go towards the creation of a Resource room at the Scott Center.
- In 2012, The Melbourne and Beaches Music Marathon donated over $3,000 to The Scott Center.
- In 2012, An Evening of Hope IV fundraiser was held at the home of Mr. Joe Flammio. This event raised $190,000 for the second year in a row thanks to the support of the Brevard Community. The funds will go towards the Pediatric feeding program and operational costs of the Center.
- In June 2012, The Florida Beer Company Pro Tennis Classic raised $35,000 for the ACES FOR AUTISM social skills program.
- In April 2013, An Evening of Hope V fundraiser was held at Revolution Technologies. The event raised over $225,000 including $47,000 in WISH scholarships for families to be able to utilize for services.