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Charity and Corporate Partnerships

Partnering with us is a great opportunity to get your staff involved with Scottish Autism. We will agree a fundraising target and a plan for the year which will engage your employees and customers.

Our team will help you to develop fundraising ideas, providing advice, fundraising materials and support with PR.

We offer a range of Get Active for Autism events where staff can work towards a team challenge; from bungee jumps to trecking across the Sahara. There are also lots of other fun ways to raise funds - all your ideas are welcome!

We were delighted to be chosen by SAS Software as a charity partner and look forward to working with the team. We are already off to an amazing start with a fundraising quiz night and also a football tournament taking place at Toryglen Football Centre, bringing 400 people together from across 24 countries.

Team SAS Software have also been getting active for autism by taking part in their local Kiltwalk and the Great Scottish Run! What a brilliant start to this partnership.

Cornhill Castle in Biggar has chosen us as their charity partner and are looking for ways to fundraise, raise awareness of autism and show their support. We will also be providing staff training to the team which has an emphasis on increasing autism awareness and understanding. Cornhill Castle will also be looking to engage with the team at Café Kudos, our vocational service in Carluke. 

Cornhill Castle are kindly supporting our Winter Raffle this year. More information coming soon!

The Rangers Charity Foundation chose Scottish Autism as its Charity Partner for the season 17/18 and we were delighted to work with the team. They committed £20,000 which was split between our Autism Advice Line and Founders House, where it was used to create a social space. 

St. Enoch Centre in Glasgow chose us as their Charity Partner for 2018 and they supported us by hosting a number of fundraising events. The funds raised throughout the year will support a range of our services including our Autism Advisors, the Right Click programme and the Autism Advice Line. St. Enoch also worked with us to develop their newly launched quiet and safe room for autistic people.