HOPE is delighted to announce that guest speaker James Hamilton will be coming to our centre to discuss his inspiring story and provide a first hand account of experience living with ASD. Since being diagnosed with ASD in primary school, James has been on an incredible journey and will be coming to HOPE as
HOPE for Autism is a very successful charity that supports children and young people with autism, and their families. We currently have vacancies for volunteers for our fundraising committee. This would involve, taking part in a monthly meeting, liaising with the fundraising committee Chair, taking responsibility for project management and development, leading teams
HOPE for Autism seeks to appoint new Trustees to add additional expertise to the Board. With ambitious plans for the future, these Trustee roles will be critical in strengthening the charity’s ability to fulfil its mission of supporting people with autism who reside in North Lanarkshire. HOPE’s Mission is to…’ seek to empower families
We are delighted to announce that £2213 has so-far been raised for HOPE through the Co-op Local Community Fund. This is a fantastic amount of money raised by our local community and will be a valuable contribution towards facilitating HOPE’s support services. The more money raised through projects like these allows for us to
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