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    Weʼve raised £570 to Joely Colmer Attend World Autism Festival as UK nominee for World Autism Achievement Award, enabling me to enhance my Autism Activist work.

    Funded on Friday, 30th September 2016

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    I'm the UK Nominee to a prestigious World Autism Community Achievement Award, with ANCA, Naturally Autistic People Awards. The award ceremony where I find out if I win, will take place at the ANCA World Autism Festival in Canada, Vancouver in September 30th 2016.

    I was nominated thanks to my Autism Activist work; Motivational Speeches, Positive Role Modelling for Autistic people, and training for professionals. Due to my dedication for raising an understanding of Autistic Disorders, I have enabled Autistic people to realise the gift within their disability & strive towards their full potential; while creating understanding of hidden hardships & quirks.

    Words can't describe the emotional whirlwind as the understanding dawned that I had been nominated for this Award. The hyperventilation, the tears of utter joy that poured down my face. I finally realised that I am not worthless, like my bullies would like me to believe; but that I am making real change for the autistic community. The thought of attending the World Autism Festival, learning & being inspired at the world leading experts and inspiring people, is mind blowing.

    During the World Autism Festival, I will be doing a speech, presenting awards & workshops on the World Stage to 1000 people; educating & working with world leaders, Autism professionals & those who have Autism. I will become a true champion; from personal lived experience, to expertise gained from world leading Autism experts. Attending would enable me to achieve my dreams of my Autism Activism being without limits.

    Without your help, I simply won’t be able to go. I’m hoping you feel motivated to make a difference yourself, please donate, so I can fly to Vancouver, Canada with my carer for the World Autism Festival & International Autism People Awards; for an adventure that promises to change my life, and brighten the future of others.



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      • Ann , Brian , Alice Ling

        Ann , Brian , Alice Ling

        Sep 4, 2016

        Good luck xxx🌟🌟🌟


      • Deborah O'Brien

        Deborah O'Brien

        Sep 3, 2016

        Enjoy and Amaze! this donation is in hope that the light will shine and be passed around the world. (especially to my grandson <3 )


      • Anonymous


        Aug 30, 2016

        Well done and thank you for all that you do.


      • Jeanne Anwyll

        Jeanne Anwyll

        Aug 30, 2016

        No one deserves this nomination more!!!Good luck Joely.


      • Yomi and Lucy

        Yomi and Lucy

        Aug 30, 2016

        Good luck from us both!


      • Alison Pisani

        Alison Pisani

        Aug 28, 2016

        You must be so proud of your achievements...good luck xxx


      • Angela


        Aug 27, 2016

        Enjoy the festival :)


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      Joely Colmer

      Joely Colmer

      Im Joely Colmer; a passionate multi award winning Autism Activist & Motivational Speaker about my disability Aspergers Syndrome. For more information about the work I do - #ANCA #INAP #AutismAcheivement #Aspergers #Disability #LifeChanging #AutismAward

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