Thank you

Our volunteers get up to a huge range of activities. So what do volunteers do? Read a few of our volunteer facts to find out. Did you know...

  • we have over 60 roles to get involved with
  • our volunteers work with both autistic children and adults
  • we supply volunteers for the Night Walks for Autism (part of World Autism Awareness Week)
  • volunteering is a great way to make new friends
  • we welcome volunteers on the autism spectrum
  • our volunteers help out at The National Autistic Society offices in Cardiff, Glasgow, Nottingham, London and more
  • we have 115 volunteer-led branches
  • without volunteers many of our services could not exist
  • our volunteers are active in Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland
  • volunteers help out at our autism-friendly performances
  • volunteers help with our conferences
  • many volunteers are also fundraisers
  • we get over 2,443 enquiries a year from potential volunteers
  • we recruit thousands of volunteers every year
  • without our volunteers, we could not run our vital Autism Helpline
  • youth clubs provide some of our most popular volunteering roles
  • if potential volunteers can't find anything in their own area, they can set up their own branch
  • we recently had a flash mob thanks to volunteers!
  • we have volunteering opportunities in schools
  • and we even have a role where volunteers can play with LEGO®!