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Get involved

There are so many ways you can get involved with our charity and make a difference to the lives of autistic people throughout the UK.

World Autism Awareness week, running from Saturday 2 April - Friday 8 April, is an amazing opportunity available for people affected by autism to make sure more people in the UK understand autism. Find out more today.

You can find out all the ways to get involved by browsing the blocks on this page.

Take part for autism

Everything you need to know

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Join us

With membership, you'll get Your Autism Magazine, have a say in governance and access outstanding benefits!

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Our Autism Helpline relies entirely on donations - we get no external funding for this valuable resource.

Campaign for change

We want you! Help support our campaigns for legislation and guidance to help autistic people.
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Raise money

Learn more about the challenges you can take on throughout the year to raise money for autistic people.

Dye your hair and get inspired for World Autism Awareness Week 2016!

A big week for autism

World Autism Awareness Week is back - you can download your free pack with great ideas and inspiration today.
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You've never given like this before – with friends and family, making a difference together.

Leave a legacy

After looking after your loved ones, consider whether a gift to help autistic people is appropriate.

Corporate partnerships

By giving autistic people the chance to live the life they choose, your company will be changing futures.
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Work for us

Are you a skilled professional that's passionate about autism? You've found the perfect place to work.
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Learn new skills, meet new people, and perform brilliance by helping autistic people live the life they choose.

Stay in touch!

We're doing a lot of amazing things, and we'd love to tell you about them.
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Find out about us

Founded in 1962, we're the world's oldest charity devoted specifically to autistic people.
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Media Centre

Information for journalists about our work, celebrity supporters, position statements and guidance on how to talk about autism.

Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 10/02/2016 15:32:29