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Team Autism Home Heroes

The coronavirus outbreak has seen thousands of our supporters getting creative to raise funds, to help us keep supporting autistic people and their families. With events big and small being cancelled, all charities have seen big losses of vital funds - but our Home Heroes are helping us in so many brilliant ways!

Some of their stories are below. We'd love for you to join in too and become a Team Autism Home Hero!

A family smiling.

Read our stories

Tony, Danny and Cassie

Tony, Danny and Cassie

Find out more about how they have raised money from home. 

Harry wells and family

Harry Wells

Our ambassador Harry tells us how he has raised money for Team Autism.

Jo in a canoe.

Jo McClure

Read more about what Jo has done to raise money.

Luca

Aaron and Luca

See Aaron's story here.

Calum

Claire and Calum

Find out more about Claire and Calum and how they've raised money.

Jay Daly

Jay Daly (aka JDub.EXE)

Jay talks to us about how he raised money for Team Autism.

A man smiling in a red suit.

Barrington

Read more about how Barrington has raised money from home. 

A child playing on a scooter.

Henry Small

Find out how Henry has raised money for Team Autism.

A family smiling.

Ben Mahoney and family

Ben tells us how his family have raised money at home.

Woman playing the guitar.

Suzanne Iwai

Find out how Suzanne and her son, Bili, raised money for the 2.6 Challenge.

A man and a woman holding a 2.6 sign.

Rachel and Matthew Powell

Read more about brother and sister team, Rachel and Matthew.

Keya Chanda

Keya Chanda

Keya tells us about her 'mother-daughter fundraising weekend'.

A girl walking a dog.

Hannah Brookes

Find out what Hannah did to raise money for the 2.6 Challenge.

Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 19/06/2020 15:21:52