Reggie Sanders FOundation

A comprehensive network of support

 
 
 

The Reggie Sanders Foundation, works to provide a comprehensive network of support for children and families living with Autism Spectrum Disorders. It is recognized as a nonprofit public charity under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code.

 

 

The Reggie Sanders Foundation was formed and created by Reggie and Wyndee Sanders in 2012. Its catalyst was Dee, the brother of Reggie, diagnosed with autism at the age of three. Since that time, Reggie and Wyndee have made a life-long commitment to children and adults with Special Needs and Disabilities around the nation, focusing specifically on autism. A native of Florence, South Carolina Reggie, discovered that the place that nurtured and prepared him for greatness lacked genuine support needed by children and families in regards to special needs and autism. The Reggie Sanders Foundation strives to make a lasting imprint on hearts and in homes.

By opening channels of family support, education, advocacy and public awareness; our foundation provides those individuals with autism a lifetime network of opportunities by enabling them to become fully accepted, included and actively participating members of society. Our goal is to find treatments, cures and potential prevention for all who struggle with autism and to provide them with the resources they need. The Foundation strives to encourage a more diligent approach to bring significance to all individuals with autism and families who are struggling without knowledge of, or access to the support that surrounds them.

 

We Aim To:

* Create high equality events for our children and their families on the autism spectrum.

* Network with businesses to provide jobs opportunities.

* Work with other organizations to provide sustainable, safe and affordable housing.

* Work in conjunction with Certified Quality Control Experts who oversee services provided to children and families with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

 

Reggie Sanders
Founder/Chairman