Who we are

We are a national 501c3 organization based in Birmingham, Alabama. KultureCity was founded in 2013 with the mission to create a world where all individuals with autism and their families are accepted and treated equally.

We aim to fill a fundamental need within the country. While there are many other autism charities focused on finding a cure for autism, none nationally is solely focused on providing tangible help and equipping businesses and the community to relate to children and families affected by autism.

What we do

We provide tangible help, fulfilling the here and now needs for these children and their families. The journey of autism and any other special needs diagnosis is life-long and often can be isolating. Furthermore, resources are hard to find and limited. Families often struggle to fit into the community.  We created programs aimed at serving these children directly, for instance our art and music camps. Assistance in the form of scholarships, connections to the appropriate service providers, educational workshops and much more are offered by KultureCity.

What makes us different

We believe in full accountability. Every dollar donated goes directly to the children we help. We are not only engaged with our donors but also with the people we serve and donate to. We connect with the families personally. In turn, many of these families begin to play active roles within their local special needs community, extending their own support to other families. Change comes one person at a time, and we are intent on changing the culture of autism acceptance in our community.