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Support Us

Help us improve the lives of those living with autism in West Midlands.

As a charity, we rely on your kind donations to continue our work.  However you choose to support us, thank you for helping us improve the lives of those living with autism.

Why we need your support?

Voluntary donations help fund a variety of our projects in the West Midlands. Donations also pay for equipment and facilities for adults with autism and help us provide one to one and group support to families affected by Autism.

“Today I contacted Autism West Midlands Information Advice Line, I was feeling really upset but just to have a friendly voice on the other end of the phone really helps so a massive thanks to them”. Parent of a child with autism

Parent of child with autism

How can you help?

There are a number of ways you can support Autism West Midlands, please visit our fundraising pages below;


Just £5 could help fund a parent or carer of a child with autism attend a coffee morning. These sessions give parents a great opportunity to meet others and share their experiences.


World Autism Awareness


Find out more information about World Autism Awareness Month and how you can support our Silly Sock Day 2018.


Corporate Fundraising

There are lots of ways that your company can work with us to improve the lives of people with autism.  Our experience of working with businesses means we’ll find great opportunities for your company and staff to work with us.



Community fundraising can play an important part in helping us to provide much needed support to those with autism and the people who love and care for them.


Leave a Legacy

By leaving a gift to us in your will means you are helping our charity to plan for the future in achieving our mission. Whether you want to leave money to a loved one or a gift to us in your will, here you can find lots of information to help you plan for the future.


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Become a Supporter

Become a supporter of Autism West Midlands and receive our digital version of Autism Matters.


Donate with JustGiving

Receiving a diagnosis of autism, at any age, is often just one step in a long and challenging journey.

We are here to support anyone who needs a helping hand along the way, a lifeline when in crisis or just a friendly ear to listen and understand. Your donations help us to continue this support.

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