Giving Back is Our Privilege

Waygar Capital has been an enthusiastic philanthropic force of Unity for Autism for many years. They are a Co-Title Sponsor of the Unity for Autism Golf Classic, a first-class corporate golf tournament considered by most participating companies as ‘one of the best tournaments out there’, uniting many business leaders from different sectors for a cause that touches so many. Waygar Capital also supports many other initiatives that enhances the lives of persons with ASD, including supporting individuals with autism in the workplace and in the community! At Waygar Capital “giving back to our community” is a core value of their corporate culture. Waygar Capital’s investment in individuals with ASD will empower these children to reach their full potential and build stronger, healthier communities. For more information on the efforts of Unity for Autism, visit

About Unity for Autism

Unity for Autism (UFA) is a national charitable foundation, volunteer-based and parent-driven, with extremely low annual administrative costs. The TOTAL annual expenses for this charity is only TWO PERCENT, ensuring that all monies raised goes entirely to programs that will make an immediate and profound impact on the development and/or well-being of someone affected by autism, and support the heroes that care for them. The primary purpose of UFA is to provide financial assistance to many excellent organizations across Canada to address the crisis of demand that exists, enable parents to tap into their child’s potential, and provide meaningful opportunities for adults with Autism!

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a complex, lifelong developmental disability that typically appears during early childhood and refers to a range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviours, speech and nonverbal communication. Autism affects each person differently and to varying degrees, many being non-verbal, and most all having the hallmark symptom of inappropriate social interactions. The prevalence of Autism is now 1 in 54 children, or 1 in 34 boys. (CDC May 2020) While there is currently no definitive cause of autism, early diagnosis helps a person receive the support and services that they need, which can lead to a quality life filled with opportunity.