Support Our Work
There are lots of ways you can support us
We're working on our online presence. Shares are quick, free and mean a lot!
Free to subscribe; will help us in the long run, with both monetary support and getting heard
Write for or link to our blog!
Do you have a blog that's relevant to the work we're doing? On a topic that's interesting or important to the community? Contact us and we'll feature your blog or a post from it. (We will give priority to bloggers who are neurodivergent.)
If you're an autistic blogger who loves collaboration like we do, contact us! We are always looking for new, fresh content written for the autistic community.
Put on an event for us
From a small gathering, to a raffle at an event, to a full-on fundraiser, we are so grateful for your efforts. The money you raise helps us with the running costs of the company, unless you specify how you'd like us to spend it, for example on peer support.
Please consider leaving us a gift in your will. Download the details you will need here:
Volunteer with us
Our Directors are not taking a salary for their Director roles. We are doing this work because we know how important it is.
We also have several ongoing volunteer positions, both to help us in the day-to-day running of the company, and within our developing volunteer networks. These are a Peer Support Network, a Trainers Network (where the trainers can earn a fee per session delivered) and an Autistic Women's Network.
If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org - we'd love to hear from you!
Recommend a product for our list
We currently have a product list, via Amazon, which means that with each purchase via our links, a small donation is made to us by Amazon. Each product has been recommended to, or tested by, at least one of our Directors.
If you know of a physical product or perhaps an app that's really helped you or an autistic family member, let us know what it is, and we'll credit you when we add the link to the product list. Thank you!