The thoughtfulness and generosity of people just like you help us to make a huge difference to the lives of those people we support - thank you so much.
Walk for Autism
Can you step up to the challenge and Walk for Autism?
Four hundred people have so far signed up to Walk for Autism, with over £8,600 now donated!
Our walkers are coming from all walks of life (excuse the pun!), including a 15-year old boy who will be starting his Walk in Merseyside and ending in the Himalayas!
When Keiron Smith, of the 10th Aintree Village Scout Group (10th Sefton East) heard that his Scout trip to Nepal coincided with Autism Initiatives campaign to raise money for people with autism he decided he could do both. He will be trekking for up to six days, at an altitude of 3,000 feet. He said, "Some of the trek will be extremely hard and strenuous. But it will be an experience of a lifetime and I will be walking for autism. I'm doing this to promote Walk for Autism because people with autism should live a healthy and happy life and get any help they need."
Walk for Autism: The details
When: 26 March - 2 April 2018
Where: Anywhere you choose!
What should I do? Visit www.walkforautism.org.uk and find out more. You can register there and we'll send you a how-to pack, including fundraising tips and a free T-shirt and pedometer!