About Us

Brighter Future Charity provides safe and welcoming environments with appropriate levels of support during social, professional, cultural, and recreational events.

  • Foster confidence and independence
  • Create friendships among members and the community
  • Shares social skills and practice with each other
  • Find fun at every event we attend
  • Help group members obtain financial independence
  • Foster growth through our amazing mentors and staff

Upcoming Event

Event Description

Rock and Roll Flea Market @The Regent Theater

June 3rd, 2018 
11:00am – 4:00 pm
the Regent theater 448 S Main St. Downtown Los Angeles

Join us at the Downtown Regent Theater for the Rock and Roll Flea Market. You will be welcomed and supported by our fun, skillful and friendly coaches and volunteers. Our group of will explore this months market with 50 of the best hand picked vinyl, clothing, and jewelry dealers.  A truly uniquely LA experience, we encourage students to come ready to Rock out and Roll through this amazing event with Brighter Future! 

Please register in advance.

 For more information emai zach@brighterfuturecharity.org or call 800-314-5908

 

Be More Social

Autism can cause social interactions and settings to sometimes be a challenge. With the help of our social coaches, individuals with autism learn to tolerate uncomfortable situations and adjust their approach to healthier coping mechanisms. Our coaches help students to practices these new skills in a safe and welcoming environment.

Brighter Future creates respite space at community events and festivals for families affected by autism or with special needs. We fill our amazing space with coaches and caregivers to help those individuals and families participate in the event. Our program helps connect these families with their communities and gives extra support on weekends when its often needed most.

Our coaches work with you and your child to create and clearly define manageable social skills goals. Our students learn what specific behaviors look like and practice the behaviors while receiving feedback and reinforcement. All of which is done within the local event to further strengthen not only student’s social skills, but also their connection to those in their immediate community.

Abbot Kinney 2017
Venice Beach: Arts and Crafts 2016
Venice Beach: Arts and Crafts 2017
Speech: Tom Iland

Community Events

Event Digest: Agape Children’s Museum @Michelle Obama Library

Brighter Future had an amazing time joining the Agape Children’s Museum for a day of art and fun!  Our students spent the day teaching different workshops centered around crafts such as painting, jewelry making, and even LEGOS!  We had a great time exploring the Michelle Obama Library and are looking to possibly host our next …

What We Do

The Autism Gives Back program provides safe and welcoming environments with appropriate levels of support during social, professional, cultural, and recreational events. Our students practice and develop their social and professional skills during fun and life enhancing community events. We foster independence, confidence, and community inclusion.

Social Coaching
Autism causes social interactions and settings to be a challenge. With the help of our social coaches, individuals with autism learn to tolerate uncomfortable situations, adjust their approach to healthier coping mechanisms, and develop vital social skills and competence. Our coaches support students to practice these new skills in a safe and welcoming community-based environment.

Professional Coaching
Students practice in professional environments and earn to create professional relationships with support from our coaches. They learn how to socialize in order to achieve professional results they desire. The Autism Gives Back program advance students towards fulfilling occupations.


  1. Grow Social Skills
    Our coaches work with you and your child to create and clearly define manageable social goals. Our students learn what specific behaviors look like and practice the behaviors while receiving feedback and reinforcement.
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  3. Increase Self-Esteem
    Our students learn to see themselves in a positive way by working with our coaches. They discover and develop their strengths, gifts, and talents to create a healthy self-image. Then, they practice presenting themselves in more positive ways.
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  5. Make New Friends
    Our Coaches help students to create, grow, and maintain friendships. Coaches help students to grow interpersonal skills required to foster better, longer lasting friendships.
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  7. Real Life Practice
    Our students work on both professional and social interactions in a real community-based, safe environment with continual support from our coaches.
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  9. Foster Professionalism
    Our students learn to work with others in respectful ways. They learn to recognize the needs of others in professional settings. Our students practice real-life professional interactions within their local communities.
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  11. Set and Achieve Goals
    Our students take responsibility for their own goals. They work with coaches to define their goal, along with the steps necessary to achieve. Students then execute these actions with the support of the coach.