Without us, many more people in North West London would feel isolated, vulnerable and alone. Donate to help us support more ADHD/Autistic individuals and their families. You can make a one off donation, set up a monthly direct debit or remember a loved one by setting up an In Memory page. If you’re interested in any of the below, please contact our fundraiser, Gemma, at email@example.com.
Thank you. Your support makes a huge difference.
Why Support Us?
We support, educate and empower individuals diagnosed with ADHD or who are autistic, their families and the community. Through raising awareness we change perceptions and break down barriers. Click below to find out more.
£10 could fund refreshments for our weekly drop-in sessions.
£15 could fund resources used in our creative and siblings sessions for children and young people.
£25 could pay for a telephone support call for a parent.
£50 could pay for a service user to give us insight into developing our services to best suit their needs.
£100 could pay for three people to attend a workshop to better understand their diagnosis.
Visit our Online Shop
We have a range of CAAS branded merchandise. Shop and support us at the same time.
Fundraise For Us
From sky diving to wrapping Christmas presents, our supporters do amazing things to help us fundraise each year. Could you run a half marathon or organise a quiz in the local pub? Click below or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more on how you can help.
There are many ways you can support CAAS, and volunteering is one of those. We can always use support manning and managing events. If you’d like to be involved, please send us a message!
By partnering with us, or making us your charity of the year, your business can help us to support many more ADHD/Autistic adults, children and their families in the NW London community and surrounding areas. Inspire your staff to raise money for a great cause and have fun. Please get in touch at email@example.com if you feel you can help.
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