If you are looking for information about World Autism Awareness Week, then please contact us using any of the following methods.
Tel: 02079 033 570. Hours are 9am-5pm, Monday-Thursday, 9am-3pm on Friday, excluding bank holidays.
Post: Supporter Care Team, The National Autistic Society, 393 City Road, London EC1V 1NG
We are experiencing a huge number of last minute orders for free merchandise for World Autism Awareness Week. We want to be able to process as many orders as possible to help you with your fundraising events, so please read the information below in order to receive the items that you want.
- To order items in time for the beginning of World Autism Awareness Week (March 27) you will need to place orders by 5pm on Wednesday 22 March.
- To order items to arrive for 1-2 April you will need to place your orders by 5pm on Monday 27 March.
- We are no longer accepting orders sent in by post, so you need to phone 02079 033 570 or email email@example.com to place an order for the arrival times stated above.
- If you would like some resources instantly, why not download some of our free resources? We have loads to choose from!
How to pay in your money
Once you have collected all the money, there are several ways you can send in your donations:
- if you set up a JustGiving or other online donation page before your event, we will receive the money directly
- you can text WAAW17 plus your amount (£1/£5/£10) to 70070. For example, to donate £10 you would text “WAAW17 £10” TO 70070
- call our Supporter Care team on 02079 033 570 to request a paying in slip, which you can use to pay in your funds at any Barclays bank
- make a cheque payable to ‘The National Autistic Society’ and send it to The National Autistic Society, 393 City Road, London, EC1V 1NG including your name, address and details of your fundraising – so we can say thank you!
- you can donate over the phone by calling 0207 903 3570.
What does your money do?
£50 could help worried parents to get advice and information from one of our Helpline Advisers following their child’s diagnosis
£100 could help people attend one of our adult social groups, where they can learn social skills and make friends
£200 can help us to keep campaigning across the UK to make sure that more people understand. Through understanding, more autistic people will be able to lead the life they choose.