Winnipesaukee Volleyball Classic Logan's Giving Fund for Autism
Winnipesaukee Volleyball Classic

About The Winnipesaukee Volleyball Classic

​20% of children in NH with autism experience food and housing insecurity.

Make a donation today to help families make ends meet as they struggle to afford early intervention services. 

Logan's Giving Fund for Autism has already provided over $55,000 for direct support services for 18 families this year.

Help us replenish these funds so we can continue to ensure as many kids as possible receive early intervention services this year!   
With YOUR support, Christian, Liam, Grant, Nolan, Julian, Jackson, Jordan, Jace, Adaline, Solomon, Wayne, Chase, Nolan, Isaac, William, Ryder and Declan are on their way to a bright future.  

THANK YOU, for caring about children with autism!


Starts at:  June 22, 2024 8:00 AM
Ends at:  June 22, 2024 2:00 PM


Akwa Marina Yacht Club
95 Centenary Avenue
Laconia,NH 03246 USA


Hannah Halle
(603) 851-8400

About the CMF Kids Program - Logan's Giving Fund for Autism

The CMF Kids Program - Logan's Giving Fund for Autism helps families access necessary services to improve outcomes for children ages 2-6 with autism.

The Autism Fund provides families support by directly paying their child’s service provider for services and treatment they would otherwise not be able to afford. 

Resource awards range from $1,000 to $5,000. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and awards are distributed twice a year. 

Areas of funding support include but are not limited to out of pocket expenses associated with necessary autism services or treatment such as:

  • Applied Behavioral Analysis Therapy
  • Speech Therapy 
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Music Therapy
  • Social Skills Groups

    Your support means more families can get the services they need for their children!

    The 2023 Volleyball Classic Official Video

    Help to cover the costs associated with necessary therapies 

     Ensure early intervention for children with autism

    Research shows that early diagnosis of and interventions for autism are more likely to have major long-term positive effects on symptoms and later skills.  Don't let the costs associated with services for children with autism keep families from early intervention.