Here is a list of organizations that help actual Autistic Persons

The Art of Autism Their vision is to “empower and connect individuals within the autism community through participation in the Arts.” and their mission is to “foster independence, self-esteem and artistic expression by participation in The Art of Autism Project.”

Autistic Self-Advocacy Network Their mission is: “he Autistic Self Advocacy Network seeks to advance the principles of the disability rights movement with regard to autism. ASAN believes that the goal of autism advocacy should be a world in which autistic people enjoy equal access, rights, and opportunities. We work to empower autistic people across the world to take control of our own lives and the future of our common community, and seek to organize the autistic community to ensure our voices are heard in the national conversation about us. Nothing About Us, Without Us!”

Identity First Autistic Their mission is to “replace the outdated assumption that ‘person-first’ language (person with autism rather than autistic person), when talking about any physical, mental or neurological condition, is the politically correct language to use. We as autistic people would like to see identity-first language adopted by organisations, professionals, media and society when talking about us. We understand that many may come under fire for going against the currently accepted 'PC' guidelines. To combat this, we are building up our resources and gaining considerable support from the wider autism community and our pledgers, to promote and validate this change.”

Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism is a virtual Autism News and resources site who’s goal is “The goal of TPGA is to help you fast-forward past society’s rampant autism fabrications and negativity, by providing clear, thoughtfully presented, balanced, and referenced information. We also want you to understand that autism awareness and acceptance are not merely noble but necessary attitudes -- and are separate matters from the autistic and other autism communities’ never-ending fights for medical, legal, social, and educational accommodation.”

For Local Foundations (in Massachusetts) that directly help Autistics and their families I have a few listed with the caveat that I have some issue with some language that is used and I hope that changes, but I don’t want that to get in the way of the fact that they are directly helping Autistics and their families.

The Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism The goal of the Flutie Foundation is “to help families affected by autism live life to the fullest. Through our programs and partnerships, we help people with autism get access to care; lead more active lifestyles; and grow toward adult independence.”

Autism Alliance their mission is “to provide families with information, education and support; plan programs and events that will aid those families; while increasing public awareness regarding autism.”

Autism Spectrum Disorder Foundation “The goal of ASDF is to support children with an autism spectrum disorder by providing information, education and financial assistance to their families and relevant community service organizations.” ASDF is known to provide Ipads, holiday gift cards and scholarships for autistic children