Weʼve raised £125 to helping future courses, activities, towards improving the classrooms and the sensory garden.
- South Shields, United Kingdom
- Funded on Saturday, 30th September 2017
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Autism is much more common than many people think. There are around 700,000 people on the autism spectrum in the UK – that's more than 1 in 1001. If you include their families, autism is a part of daily life for 2.8 million people.
Autism doesn't just affect children. Autistic children grow up to be autistic adults.
Autism is a hidden disability – you can't always tell if someone is autistic.
This is where AutismAble come in, we started in March 2015 with a social evening group and grew, we provide support for educational and employment opportunities to people with Autism and Learning Differences.
One of our members of staff is taking on the GNR for the second year running and we all ask you for your help to donate so we can keep growing. Thank you
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Sep 12, 2017
Well Done Alex x
Sep 10, 2017
Well done Alex & Sophie! Xx
Sep 9, 2017
Just enjoy it! Doesn't matter if your first or last! Don't forget to do the traditional ogy ogy ogy, oi, oi, oi under the bridge 🤣
Sep 8, 2017
Good Luck Alex xx
Sep 3, 2017
Good luck Alex, Keep The Faith and positivity in yourself You've got thisP:S Don't take off your trainers or stop this time Push through the painSee you at the start line xxxxx
Sep 3, 2017
Go Girl x
Sep 3, 2017
Good luck! We'll come and cheer you on at the newcastle end x x
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About the fundraiser
South Shields, United Kingdom
I have been volunteering since the beginning in March 2015 when AutismAble first started off as a small social evening group. I've seen the company grow as a whole and I'm very passionate about the work we do, that's why again I'm tackling the GNR for a second year running.