We would like to thank ...

All the people who contributed to the development of this website

Thank you to all the autistic people, families and practitioners who contributed content, feedback and ideas to this website.  We are committed to reviewing our website regularly in partnership with representatives from the autistic community and greatly appreciate the time and consideration of all those who support us in this way.

Fundraising Acknowledgements

Autism Initiatives is immensely grateful to the following funders who have generously given grants and donations to support our work over the last year. Sadly we cannot list everyone, but every single gift we receive is important to us, helping us to make a real difference to the lives of those people we support.

We would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone who has given generously of their time, expertise or money to help make our achievements possible and we hope that every one of them shares our deep sense of pride. We certainly could not do it without you.

We would also like to thank our staff and volunteers for the hard work and commitment that they have shown and for their continuing dedication to our service users and the organisation as a whole.

A very big thank you to all the supporters below and to the many others not listed.

  • Gannochy Trust
  • Robertson Trust
  • RS Macdonald Trust
  • The Volent Trust
  • Ryvoan Trust
  • Lord Hanson Foundation
  • GM Morrison Trust
  • Hugh Fraser Foundation
  • National Lottery Community Fund
  • WM Mann Foundation
  • Boshier-Hinton Foundation
  • Duchy of Lancaster
  • Albert Hunt Trust
  • Baily Thomas Charitable Fund
  • Lothian Buses
  • People’s Postcode Trust
  • ESF Community Grants
  • Gilander Foundation
  • Alexander Gray
  • Alex Middleton Adams
  • Lloyds Commercial Bank
  • Kris Wright
  • Iain Furgusson and Bethany Norman
  • Rebecca Curtis Moss
  • Daniel Jones
  • Lee Smith
  • BNI Lima Group Merseyside
  • Merseyrail
  • Co-op Maghull