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WhyTry? Supporting Young People

We are delighted to inform you that our first ever crowdfunder resulted in an amazing £4,702.  All the money raised will go towards the work we do to support young people with ADHD and/or autism. We would like to say a huge thank you to all those who contributed to make this fundraising project a big success.

CAAS Crowdfunder

Fundraising Update

We are continuing to push on fundraising to help us increase our levels of unrestricted funding which not only allows us to fill funding gaps but allows us to pilot new and exciting projects.

To do this, we need your support. Please email us at fundraising for further details on how you can help us continue to provide the support that we do.

2017 supporters

Global Make Some Noise

CAAS is thrilled to be one of the lucky charities supported by Global's Make Some Noise campaign in 2017-18.

TSB Harrow - Charity of the Year

We were delighted to have been chosen by TSB Bank in Harrow to be their Charity of the Year 2016/2017. We have just heard that they have raised a fantastic £2,740 for CAAS. Photos to follow soon!

Lions Club of Edgware Charity of the Year

We were delighted that Lion President Ramesh Chauhan from the Lions Club of Edgware has selected CAAS to be their charity of the year.

Capital Connection Charity of the Year

Capital Connection is an award-winning female acapella (four-part unaccompanied harmony) chorus based in Ruislip. They sang at our 20th anniversary dinner in 2016 and we are delighted that they have chosen us to be their 2017 Charity of the Year. We are looking forward to hearing them sing again to help raise more funds to support the work we do.

Funding News

We are thrilled to say we've been successful with several funding applications lately. We would like to extend our gratitude to these, and our other funders, who share the belief in the work that we do.

Partners for Health

We were thrilled to receive funding from the Hospital Saturday Fund and London Catalyst via the Partners for Health fund. This funds our social and theraputic group for autistic adults.

Preventative Partnership Fund

We were also delighted to be able to recruit a new, part time, Family Support Worker who will work 52 weeks per year thanks to funding from the Preventative Partnership Fund.

Sisters of the Holy Cross

We were also successful in securing funding from Sisters of the Holy Cross. This funding will allow us to run an additional SCATT course and a Living With ADHD & Autism for Teens per year, for two years.

Young Harrow Foundation

Lastly, we are delighted that we can now pilot our much wanted Girls Groups, thanks to
Young Harrow Foundation
.

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Fri 19

Daytime Drop in Support Group

19th January @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Tue 23

SCATT (Understanding Autism) Course

23rd January @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Girls Group

23rd January @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Daytime Drop in Support Group

24th January @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
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SCATT (Understanding Autism) Course

25th January @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


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