What’s Silly Sock Day?
Autism Awareness Day is on Friday 14th June. Hampshire Autistic Society would like you to get involved by taking part in Silly Sock Day.
You can help raise awareness and funds for autism across Hampshire. But how?
On Silly Sock Day:
- Get rid of your boring dark coloured every day socks.
- Wear silly, colourful socks and make a donation to the charity (suggested £1).
Why not get your whole school or business in wacky socks for the day?
If you require any further help or guidance please contact their fundraising organiser on 01489 880881 ext 208 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Hampshire Autistic Society is a regional based charity founded in the mid-1960’s by the late Mr Philip White (MBE) and a group of local parents of children with autism.
Autism is a life-long development disability that affects the way a person communicates and relates to people. It is established that as many as 17,000 people in Hampshire alone are affected by autism.
The Society offers direct support to over 100 children and adults on the autistic spectrum as well as outreach support to many more. Services provided by the Society include education and up to 52-week residential care for pre and post 16 students, 52-week residential care for adults, Day Service provision for adults, Supported Living, Domiciliary Care, Outreach support, training and seminars.
Calls to action: Put on your bright, crazy, wacky socks on Friday 14th June. Raise funds for Hampshire Autistic Society.