Autism Fundraising Champagne and Canapés Reception
Tom Aitkens Michelin Star Restaurant
27 Cale St, Chelsea,
London SW3 3QP
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TICKET ONLY EVENT
£40.00 + Booking Fee
- Live Auction
- Drinks and Canapés
- Open Cocktail Bar throughout the evening
Orlando Bolt - Qualified personl trainer, actor, jazz singer, dancer and Aspergers and Autism Campaigner
Founder and Creative Director of the MovementWorks Organisation.
Developmental Dance Movement specialist
Participation Co-ordinator for the charity working
on a new civic engagement project for young people with autism: myVoice
Chair of Frontiers Support
operating across London and the South East,
supporting people with Learning Disabilities, Autism, Aspergers,
Epilepsy, Mental & Physical Health issues and Challenging Behaviour in their own homes.
Mother to an Autistic Daughter &
Leader of the Womens Equality Rights
National Autistic Society as an Ambassador and a Patron of Ambitious About Autism’s Treehouse School
The Langham Hotel, London – offering champagne lunch for 2 people
The Marylebone Hotel, London – offering dinner with wine for 2 people
- Dr Mark Prince – Kiyan Prince Foundation – Professional Boxer, Mentor and Motivational Speaker will offer 1:1 Personal Trainer 1 hr Session
Bottle of Champagne
The Big Sensory Integration Project – 1 Session free worth £100 (Autistic Children Parties or Small Group)
2 x The Autism Show Tickets - either to use London, Birmingham or Manchester Show
IMAX tickets – Science Museum
The evening will begin promptly at 19.00hrs. Champagne will be served from 18.30 - 19.30hrs
This fundraising event is specifically to raise funds to support sports and recreational workshops facilitated by A2ndVoice and Lambeth Autism Group for autistic children and adults within the local community.
We have already run a number of successful events within the community for this very specific group of individuals who are regularly marginalised, misunderstood, under-represented and often isolated within the community. Many sports and recreational services available to able bodied adults and children are not available with the level of support required for those individuals on the autistic spectrum.
The group is run by parents and carers of autistic children and we all volunteer our spare time to acquire donations, funding and sponsorship to host ongoing events and activities for the autistic community. The funding raised will boost the confidence of autistic individuals and provide bespoke tailored training for autistic people who need 1:1 support.
Funding for 2017
- Lego Therapy Training
- MovementWorks Developmental Dance
- Disability and Autism training for Sports Coach
Too Much Information Campaign (TMI)
The National Autistic Society TMI was launched on the 1st April 2016. It’s the UK’s 1st biggest ever campaign to increase public understanding of autism. The campaign is called Too Much Information because research involving over 7,000 autistic people showed that many members of the public still did not understand the reasons why autistic people become overwhelmed by unexpected and sensory changes.
The campaign will develop public awareness around the reasons why autistic individuals require extra time to process information, along with why they become so severely anxious which can cause meltdowns. This often can occur in public places.
We intend to have an amazing evening, so please come along and participate in this worthy and worthwhile event.
*Program may subject to change.