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According to the National Autistic Society, it is estimated that around 700,000 people in the UK have autism – or more than 1 in 100 of the population. In Bedfordshire, this equates to over 6,100 people with condition, not to mention the considerable affects this has on surrounding family and loved ones.

Autism Bedfordshire is an independent charity, funded entirely by grants and donations. Many of the services that those with autism rely on have been subject to cuts in local and government spending, therefore our help is needed more than ever. It is thanks to the generosity of individuals and companies in the community that we are able to provide the services and support for children, young people and adults with autism, to help them lead fulfilling and rewarding lives.

At Autism Bedfordshire, we are proud to partner with a variety of companies across different industries, to help raise both awareness and vital funds. We are a local charity so you can be assured that all the money you raise for us will help to benefit people locally.  You could nominate a particular project or service to support and your staff are welcome to visit us to see exactly what your generosity has helped to achieve. These are just some of the ways you can support us:

Even if you cannot support us financially, perhaps you could support us in another way? It would be great if your business could promote Autism Bedfordshire through internal events and activities. Perhaps we could run a stall in your staff restaurant one day, for example? We would love to meet your employees!

Please contact Sarah Grimes, our Corporate and Community Fundraiser on 01234 214871 or email  to find out more.

Thank you to all our supporters, including:

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