The Palestine Foundation is supporting the American-Palestinian Women’s Association, Alternative Path Training School located in Virginia and Ana Huna, a nonprofit charitable organization in Amman, Jordan, to provide autism therapy and interventions to children with autism and other co-related conditions at the Schneller refugee camp.

Living in an area of 0.92 square kilometers. the camp is home to 55,000 Palestinian refugees living in poverty, in addition to 22,000 people of other displaced nationalities. There are minimal services for people with disabilities (PWDs) in Schneller Camp.

The total budget for the project is $22,000, of which 45% was funded by Palestine Foundation (, 27% was funded by Jerusalem Fund ( and the remaining funded by APWA.