A new initiative by the Foundation for Autistic Research is helping build the foundations of a new autism partnership.
The organization is partnering with the Juvia’s Place foundation to create a new Autism Partnership, a nonprofit that will provide grants to organizations that share resources, services and support to individuals with autism.
Juvia has created a website that offers information on how to donate to the foundation, and has already received donations of over $20,000, according to a Juvia spokesperson.
The foundation also has received support from the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Department of Defense.
The Juvia Foundation is part of the Juvie’s Place Foundation, a global organization that works to promote research on the causes, treatments and solutions to autism.
According to the website, the Juvi’s Place project will: Create a national network of leaders who will work together to promote better understanding and understanding of autism.
Improve access to the best autism services and resources.
Strengthen the partnership between people with autism and people of all backgrounds.
Help build a foundation of shared understanding, research and solutions.
The foundation is looking to support autism research in a number of areas, including through a grant to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, according the Juvo’s Place website.
The university is also a major investor in Juvia, which has also partnered with the university to produce an educational film series, The Journey to Autism, and a book called Autism: The Untold Story.
The Juvia project is a partnership between Juvia and the Foundation, which is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
The Foundation is a national nonprofit organization established in 1999 to advance the interests of people with learning disabilities.
The group focuses on research and supports individuals with disabilities and families affected by learning disabilities, according its website.
According a Juviastude Foundation press release, the foundation will help “support the creation of a network of partners to advance research, improve access to services and make public policy to protect the rights of people in our society with autism.”
Juvia’s Places partnership is a first for the organization.
According the press release about the partnership, the organization was founded in 1999 by Dr. Michael Graziano and his son, Juvia.
The couple’s passion for promoting autism research led to the creation, in 2000, of the Foundation.
The new organization is not affiliated with Juvia or any other organization, and is not responsible for any actions that may be taken by any individual, company, or institution.