Autism Together’s chief executive, Robin Bush, is taking on the Lakeland 50 – an ultra 50-mile race across the Lake District, to raise money for the charity’s Future 50 Appeal.
A MUSIC event from a Wallasey based voluntary group ‘About Autism’ hopes to raise cash to support a new Future 50 campaign.
This year is Autism Together’s 50th Anniversary, and today we are launching our biggest appeal yet – our Future 50 Appeal. We want to build a world-first autism assessment and diagnostic centre where we’ll be using biometric technology to support those on the autistic spectrum.
Christine McGuinness, wife of TV personality Paddy McGuinness, has lent her support to Autism Together’s Future 50 appeal.
At Autism Together we’re launching our biggest appeal yet on 22nd March. We’re keeping the details under wraps for now but keep your eyes peeled on our social media pages on that date!
A year of fundraising efforts by Progress to Excellence Ltd has resulted in almost £10,000 being donated to Autism Together.
A warm welcome to the new year - and what a year it's going to be. In 1968 a group of forward-thinking parents formed the Wirral Society for Autistic Children. Fifty years later, in 2018, we've got a new name and several hundred more staff, but the original pioneering spirit of our founders remains intact.
The group are taking on the challenge to raise money for Autism Together, a Wirral-based charity which provides support to people with autism through a wide range of living options, day services and community support. They hope to raise £500 from the event, and are well on their way to making this target.
...this has been a learning curve. The most surprising thing is the help I've had from family and friends. People have really got behind me. They'll do anything they can to help people with autism."
Saturday, 12th August 2017 saw a wave of trepidation and excitement grip family and friends once more as yet another fearless entourage of abseiling daredevils took to the ropes down Liverpool Cathedral.