Our dedicated Corporate Partnerships team will work with you to create a strategic charity partnership. Companies, whether large or small, can help transform the lives of autistic people and their families. There are so many ways for your company to get involved, whether that's through employee fundraising, choosing us as your Charity of the Year, sponsorship or cause-related marketing. Find out about our current partners.

You can also get our Autism Friendly Award to show your commitment to making autistic people feel as welcome as others, or find out about the benefits of hiring autistic employees.

Email our Corporate Partnerships Team or call 020 7923 5767 to find out more.

How you can help

Employee fundraising and Charity of the Year

We will work with you to build a strategic, mutually beneficial charity partnership. Whether you want to run, cycle, bake cakes, compete with your colleagues or have your own exciting idea, our experienced corporate partnerships team will be on hand to support you.

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Sponsorship

Our Too Much Information campaign is getting noticed and is one of the activities for which are actively seeking sponsors. If you would like to make a difference to the lives of autistic people and their families while raising your profile, then please get in touch.

Cause-related marketing

Partnering your brand or product with us is a fantastic way to raise funds while promoting yourself as a socially responsible business.

Each April, Stella & Dot donate the net proceeds from a group of products in their autism awareness boutique. Since 2013, they have raised £15,000 for autistic people and their families.

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Become an autism friendly organisation

Around 2.8 million people live with autism every day, but sadly many find it hard to be a part of their community.

Often, just a few small changes can help these people feel welcome as your customers and help autistic people and their families be a part of your community.

For example, we work with Disney Theatrical Group to put on autism-friendly performances of the Lion King, meaning families living with autism can experience theatre together, often for the first time.

Please contact us to find out how you could become an autism friendly organisation.

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Become an autism-friendly employer 

Leading companies such as Microsoft and Hewlett Packard are benefitting from the unique strengths autistic employees bring.

We'll work with you to develop a support package to meets your individual needs to enable you to employ talented autistic jobseekers. Whether you need help developing an understanding of autism in the workplace, training and consultancy on your work environment, recruitment procedures or management practices, we can help.

Pro-bono partnerships

Your skills or products can make a huge difference to the lives of autistic people and their families.

For example, Clifford Chance have helped families struggling to access the education their child needs with pro-bono legal support for ten years. 

More about our corporate partners