AUTOMATIC PAYOUT STRAIGHT TO YOUR BANK (ALLOW 3 WORKING DAYS)
WINNERS NOTIFIED BY EMAIL AND SMS – NO NEED TO CHECK NUMBERS
£4 PER MONTH – WEEKLY DRAW EVERY FRIDAY
100% OF PROFITS FROM AUTISM LOTTO USED FOR NEW FREE SERVICES
Just by entering the Autism Lotto you are guaranteeing that UK Autistic can continue the work we have done to push the boundaries for autistic people. We keep an approximate 50/50 balance of neuro diverse and neuro typical people working at UK Autistic. Our social various enterprises have put autistic people firmly in the business world in their own right. By working together, autistic people adapt to social interactions which may not come naturally, but are part and parcel of getting on in life, necessary for integration into the world of business and work. But it’s not the autistic people who have learned the most, for neuro typical people have had their eyes opened to the special skill sets that were previously wasted because of small minded attitudes towards autistic people. We have set up new ventures that now run independently in the world of publishing & print, e-commerce, clothing design & manufacture, window cleaning and landscape gardening.
That being said there is still a long way to go, and we need your help to make it all possible, so sign up to the Autism Lotto right now, it takes less than 2 minutes and you don’t even have to worry about checking your numbers, because the draw is made automatically and winners are notified and monies distributed digitally to your bank account within 3 working days of the draw!
All of the money left over after prizes are awarded will be used to launch brand new initiatives. The members of Autism Lotto will be involved in the process of deciding which services we launch and we aim to see fast turnaround of donation to action, as is our model. There are very few, if any, organisations where you see your donations turned so quickly into services. You only have to look back to 2018, when UK Autistic were responsible for 2,400 AAC devices being distributed to non verbal autistic children and young adults in the UK. The money was raised over the summer months at festivals and sporting events, concerts and markets…. by February of 2019 all the machines were in place. We only wish we could have met demand, because we had a waiting list of more than 11,000 people. The trustees looked at every case on an individual basis and whilst it was difficult to choose who got a device, they were satisfied they had done the very best they could to make sure that the machines were allocated to thoise who needed them most. Everything was considered, from financial situations to the chances of marked improvement. We recently surveyed the parents and carers of the recipients and had more than 1900 responses, almost all of which were positive experiences.