We have lots of exciting things in the pipeline for Autism Awareness and Acceptance Week for 2022…But we want to hear from you guys. What do you want to see from us? Let us know via social media!!
Autism awareness and acceptance weeks give everyone an opportunity to create positive awareness within our local community around autism. This in turn will hopefully enable a more accepting society which means that it will be easier for people of all different ages living with autism.
We are currently busy planning a schedule to encourage exactly this, more details will be unveiled soon.
Meanwhile off the back of some unfortunate events we have seen our local community come together to help support Little Heroes ASD Support Group via a number of fundraisers. Please feel free to take part in anyway possible to help support these:
Charity Disco – Little Heroes ASD Support | Facebook
Westcliff on Sea RBL Club have chosen “Little Heroes ASD Support” to be the second charity to benefit from their monthly 2022 charity initiative.
They are having a disco with Rock N Roll Bingo and a raffle on Saturday 12th February. Children are welcome too.
Hopefully this will help to replace some of the money that was in the charity box, which was recently stolen from Chris’ Toy Box.
Crowdfunding to to support 2 local small charities on JustGiving
Lisa and Sam are going to be climbing Snowdonia on May 28th 2022, they are doing it for 2 small local charities that their close to our hearts Little heroes ASD Support and Southend Hospital Renal Unit
In addition, a number of our Dad figures have expressed interest in coming together to help raise even more funds and have arranged a sponsor walk from Shoeburyness to Chris Toy Box and Bouncy Castle Hire on Sunday 3rd April. This will be over 6 miles of positive autism awareness within our local community. If you or anyone else you know would like to participate please either pop into the hub to find out more or email email@example.com and we can keep you updated.
As always, we thank you for your continued support and we hope to see you all at the hub very soon!