You can really help to make a difference to the lives of those living with autism in West Midlands.
Why we need your support
The support I have received has been invaluable and got me through many dark moments. The speakers and dads have shared coping strategies and experience and as a result I feel more confident as a parent.
Parent of child with autism
A diagnosis of autism can leave a family with more questions than answers. Many parents suddenly find themselves facing a scary and uncertain future. We are here to support the families through the tough times, to offer a helping hand along the way; a life-line or just a friendly ear to listen, understand and advise. Your financial support will help us to continue to provide:
- Personalised support for families and children in crisis
- The development of life skills in children
- Family support days
- Support through our helpline service
- Sibling support groups
- Support groups and coffee mornings for families
- Autism awareness training sessions on how autism can affect people’s lives.
Sylvia’s family are supported through Autism West Midlands. Listen to Sylvia’s story about the impact our support has had and how your fundraising can really help us to help people with autism.
We need your help
We couldn’t do what we do with out your support. Our helpline costs £15 an hour to run and is funded through voluntary donations, grants and trusts. In the last 5 years it is estimated we have helped over 15,000 individuals through contacts made to the helpline.
How you can help
There are a number of ways you can support Autism West Midlands, please visit our fundraising pages below;
Just £5 could help fund a parent or carer of a child with autism attend a coffee morning. These sessions give parents a great opportunity to meet others and share their experiences. Find out how your money could help here.
There are lots of ways that your company can work with us to improve the lives of people with autism. Our experience of working with businesses means we’ll find great opportunities for your company and staff to work with us.
Over 1000 families attend our advice sessions during the past 5 years. Many had reached crisis point. Fundraising can play an important part in helping us to provide much needed support to those with autism and the people who love and care for them.
Find out more information about World Autism Awareness Month and how you can support our Silly Sock Day 2018.
Leave a Legacy
By leaving a gift to us in your will means you are helping our charity to plan for the future in achieving our mission. Whether you want to leave money to a loved one or a gift to us in your will, here you can find lots of information to help you plan for the future.
Donate with JustGiving
Receiving a diagnosis of autism, at any age, is often just one step in a long and challenging journey.
We are here to support anyone who needs a helping hand along the way, a lifeline when in crisis or just a friendly ear to listen and understand. Your donations help us to continue this support.