We have received some fantastic support from companies and local businesses, from sponsorship to employee fundraising, payroll giving and even hosting collecting tins. Here are just a few of the ways in which they have helped us reach our goals.

Our friends at Premier Print & Promotions not only donated PPE products and hand sanitiser to us during lockdown, but have also donated raffle prizes, sponsored our Queen's Platinum Jubilee competition and entered a team into our Muddy Fun.

During 2024 they are fundraising to create a new Drama Studio at Doucecroft School. Read more here...
WRS Insurance Brokers were the lead sponsor of our Black Tie Ball in 2023. They also supported our Queen's Platinum Jubilee competition in 2022 and were regulars at our Golf Days. 
LB Group the charity's auditors, also sponsored our Black Tie Ball and we enjoyed getting to know them a bit more when they join us on the night. 
GoodyBurrett LLP have been great supporters of the Charity and have even waived their fees for Autism Anglia supporters when drawing up their Will in return for a donation to us. They also sponsored our banners following our rebrand and our Queen's Platinum Jubilee competition in 2022. 
The fantastic team at BeWILDerwood adventure park in Norfolk have been brilliant supporters of Autism Anglia over the years, raising over £17,500 since 2010.  Tom Blofeld and his Twiggles host Swampy’s Silly Sock day to coincide with our fundraising, have our tins around the park, and strive to make the park a permanent autism-friendly environment.

Our relationship with Rose Builders started back in 2004 when they were contracted to build Doucecroft School. Since then they have been regulars at our Golf Days and topped the leaders board in our Turning 50 challenge in 2023. 

Our friends at Ellison's Solicitors took part in our Turning 50 Campaign in 2023 raising over £1,600, had a table at our Black Tie ball and will be donning their Silly Socks for us this year. 

Colchester Estate Agents Temme English have not only sponsored events in the past but also kindly supplied aerial footage and 360 degree photos of Doucecroft School for our website.

Recruitment specialists MacKenzie King kindly donate chocolate Easter Eggs to the children and adults we support through their Easter appeal.

Employees at BAE Systems have been supporting Doucecroft School for over 20 years through their Marconi (Chelmsford) Employees Charities Trust Fund. 

We are so grateful to all our corporate supporters for their sponsorship, fundraising and gifts in kind. As well as helping us to provide vital services for autistic people, you are raising awareness of autism and helping to break down the barriers that people with autism and their families face.

For more information please contact our Fundraising Team