Ways to work with us
We’re always looking for new and creative ways for your organisation to support Scottish Autism, whether through employee volunteering, encouraging customer involvement in your community activity, donating gifts in kind or by providing pro bono help. Our partnerships are special because there are so many ways your company and your staff can support people living with autism in Scotland by getting involved with Scottish Autism.
If you are looking to donate some of your time why not get in touch about volunteering opportunities for your staff. This year we have lots of exciting projects across Scotland.
Where we need your help:
- Our respite service, New Ridgepark House in Lanark, needs help to restore some of its out door areas. Being outdoors can give our services users an outlet for stress and anxiety, while helping them to learn and do an activity they enjoy.
- Our transition service, Clannalba House in Biggar, needs help to repaint some of its outdoor areas and improve the grounds.
- In our Central Services we need help to refurbish and improve the outdoor areas as well as resurfacing a driveway.
If you would be interested in helping us please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01259 720044
Some amazing work has already been done. Thank you...
Volunteers from Ambius, G4S, Mitie Client Services, RBS, Nuffield Health, Baxter Storey and Willerby Landscaping came to refurbish the garden at New Ridgepark
Network Rail volunteers at Clannalba in Lanarkshire
Diageo Volunteers at Gartinny in Coalsnaughton
Lloyds Banking Group Volunteers at Struan Residences
Dell Glasgow at New Ridgepark