The Board of Trustees currently has 11 voluntary members with provision for a maximum of 15, so we are looking to replace a number of recently retired trustees.
In December 2016 Autism Together informed the Merseyside police of a suspected fraud. Since then we have worked closely with the police and have also conducted our own detailed investigation to understand the full extent of the issue. We've also kept the Charity Commission, the Care Quality Commission and relevant local authorities up to date.
Staff at Hug A Mug, an independent coffee shop in Gateacre, Liverpool, are launching a new autism-friendly yoga class in partnership with Mitchy Titch Inclusive Kids Yoga, to encourage mindfulness and relaxation techniques.
New Access for All onto the Wirral Way Autism Together’s Enterprise Centre is in the running to receive a £1444 grant to provide new access for all onto the Wirral Way, but they need your help to get it.
Wirral’s Port Sunlight River Park is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative, to build fencing to ensure the successful breeding of Skylarks.
20/12/2018 This year saw the launch of our Future 50 appeal and of course Autism Together’s 50th anniversary. The fundraising and marketing team have thoroughly enjoyed every moment and here are [...]
The Autism’s Got Talent Merseyside roadshow was a huge success at the Floral Pavilion in Merseyside last weekend. It saw performers on the autism spectrum face their fears and show the audience their outstanding talent.
The Autism Together fundraising team was delighted to get into the festive spirit this week at the Cheshire Oaks Christmas light switch-on event, after being chosen as the official Christmas charity partner for the designer outlet.