Autism Awareness 2016 – Making A Difference


Seen as though we create awareness about Autism most days of the year through our blog, and other pages like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, we thought that this April we would like to create some awareness about wonderful charities like Mustard Seed Autism Trust who support families like us through some challenges that we simply cannot go through alone.

Mustard Seed Autism Trust is a small local organisation, based in Rushmoor and Hart, that offers an holistic approach in dealing with the complex needs of families living with autism.

Children on the autistic spectrum face daily challenges as they grow and develop throughout their lives. Without specialist support and intervention these challenges can become significantly overwhelming for both the child and the family.

Mustard Seed is a registered charity that offers professional and practical support to families living with autism.

You can follow them on Twitter, Facebook or on their website.

We support Mustard Seed and we would like to reach out to all our online colleagues, friends and family to help us raise some awareness of the support this wonderful charity provides and perhaps also help us raise some funds to help them continue helping families that are in need.

Raising funds is so easy. You literally “Give as you live” through shopping at your favourite stores online. Every penny helps, and all it takes is shopping online to help us raise funds!

Give as you live

So how does it work?

How does it work

Please click on over to Give as you live and sign-up by selecting “Mustard Seed Autism Trust” as your preferred charity to support and get shopping! Let’s make a difference together Peeps!!




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