As part of the Miss for America Strong Organization, each contestant chooses a platform to support that is reflective of her passions and experiences. The Chattanooga Autism Center is honored to partner with Kaylyn Levoy on her journey to Miss Tennessee 2024. Learn more about Kaylyn's story and support her campaign below.
Other Ways to Support
Mail a Check
Chattanooga Autism Center
1400 McCallie Ave, Ste. 100
Chattanooga, TN 37404
Write "Kaylyn" in the memo!
To donate over the phone with a credit card, call 423-708-8901 or 423-708-8902 and specify you're donating to Kaylyn's fundraiser for the CAC.
To help with Kaylyn's pageant expenses (different from her CAC fundraiser), contact her directly using the information below.
Why Support the Chattanooga Autism Center?
Our Mission and Vision
The Chattanooga Autism Center (CAC) is a local nonprofit organization that serves autistic individuals of all ages. Our mission is to promote inclusion and acceptance of autistic individuals and provide services, resources, and education to the community. We believe in a world where all autistic individuals experience equity: equal opportunities, equal rights, acceptance, and respect.
Programs and services of the CAC include outpatient mental health counseling, music therapy and lessons, support groups, conferences, customized autism training, a community resource hub, and more.
History & Impact
The CAC started in 2009, when a group of parents developed a workshop series, autism conference, and network of support.. In 2012, we received our 501(c)(3) status and opened an outpatient clinic. The CAC has grown from a small group of parents, self-advocates, and volunteers into a multifaceted organization with an increasing presence in the community. The clinic has served hundreds of clients, and the entire organization serves over 6000 people annually.