This Christmas time raising money for ...
Enfield Branch NAS
The National Autistic Society is the UK’s leading charity for people affected by autism. The Enfield Branch was set up by volunteers in 2005 to support and represent local autistic people, their families and carers. We remain a totally voluntary group of parents and autistic adults working together and supporting each other. Autism is a serious, lifelong condition affecting how people communicate with and relate to others. Without support it can be very stressful and isolating - we aim to make sure that local autistic people and their families do not feel alone. From the good times to the challenging times, we are there at every stage, to help transform the lives of local people living with autism.
The ENAS committee and their families walked 5km through Arnos, Broomfield and Groveland parks on Sunday 10th December wearing reindeer head gear - in the snow!
Thank you so much to everyone who supported us. It was a blast - see the photos!
You can still support us here - every penny goes to supporting local autistic people and their families and carers. Our programmes are totally locally funded so we need your help to raise money for the Branch! Whether it is our popular play sessions at Somerford Grove where families can relax while their children let off steam, our youth club where autistic teenagers learn how to make friends, or our ground-breaking life coaching for autistic adults - we are always there as a partner for life.
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with gift aid: £3,452.50
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