Supporting the community

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We’re excited to announce the National Autistic Society as our chosen charity.

The leading organisation transforms lives with their work for individual’s rights and wellbeing, offering essential support, resources, and advocacy.

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Supporting the National Autistic Society

The National Autistic Society is the leading UK charity for autistic people.

Their unwavering commitment aims to foster a society that embraces and appreciates every individual, irrespective of their neurodiversity.

Making a difference together

Throughout the year, we have planned several impactful fundraising events to support the National Autistic Society's mission.

By sponsoring our participation in these events, you can help us make a tangible difference in the lives of autistic individuals and contribute to creating a more inclusive society.

1 in 100

Are on the autism spectrum

Autism is a spectrum condition and affects people in different ways.

700k+

Autistic adults and children in the UK

The definition of autism has changed over the decades and could change in future years as we understand more.

Donate here

Donate and help us support the National Autistic Society on our JustGiving page. Together, let's empower lives and create brighter futures for autistic individuals across the UK.

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Our fundraising impact

Karman Digital aims to raise £1,500 for the charity.

This ambitious target will enable the charity to expand its crucial programs and initiatives, such as counselling, educational resources, workshops, training sessions and more; to reach and support even more individuals on the autism spectrum and their families.

Donate and help us support the National Autistic Society on our JustGiving page. Together, let's empower lives and create brighter futures for autistic individuals across the UK.

Donate here

Donate and help us support the National Autistic Society on our JustGiving page. Together, let's empower lives and create brighter futures for autistic individuals across the UK.