Richard Acland

Charity

National Autistic Society
The National Autistic Society is the UK's leading charity for people affected by Autism. Over half a million people in the UK have autism. Together with their families they make up over two million people whose lives are touched by autism every single day. Despite this, autism is still relatively unknown and misunderstood. Which means that many of these two million people get nothing like the level of help, support and understanding they need. Together, we are going to change this.
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Richard Acland

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This April I am running in the London Marathon in aid of the National Autistic Society.

This is my chosen charity because Ally’s brother and nephew both suffer from Asperger Syndrome and consequently her family have been deeply affected by it.

The National Autistic Society is the UK’s leading charity for people affected by Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Almost 700,000 people in the UK have autism, and together with their families they number over 2.7 million people whose lives are touched by autism every single day. Many of these people get nothing like the level of help, support and understanding they need.

Asperger syndrome, a form of Autism, is a lifelong disability that affects how a person makes sense of the world, how they process information and relate to other people. Asperger Syndrome is mostly a 'hidden disability' - you can't tell that someone has the condition from their outward appearance. People with the condition have difficulties in communication, interacting with others, and understanding the nuances of non-verbal communication and facial expression. This can make it very difficult to develop normal relationships, hold down a job and other aspects of life that most of us take completely for granted.

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Recent donors

25.04.16 Well done - again

25.04.16 Well done Richard. Fantastic Feat. Love Katie xxxx

24.04.16 Well done daddy!!!!

20.04.16 Good luck Richard

19.04.16 Hope you enjoy the fist half at least!

19.04.16 Good luck from the Sheldon family - watch the wall 19 miles in!

15.04.16 Getting a bit old for this, aren't you

14.04.16 Good luck!

12.04.16 Good luck!

06.04.16 Best of luck Richard

05.04.16 Well done again Richard...I will be there to support..

28.03.16 Best of luck, run like the wind!

24.03.16 Good luck!

23.03.16 Well done cousie - We're not jealous but we are proud!!! xxxxx

21.03.16 Richard, good effort and great cause. Keep up the training - I will be watching!

20.03.16 Well done Richard. Great achievement.

19.03.16 Good Luck

19.03.16 With you all the way!

18.03.16 Well done Richard! Supporting you all? of the way!

18.03.16

17.03.16 Good luck Richard.

16.03.16 Well done Richard ,I wont be far behind you!

15.03.16 Good luck!

15.03.16 Best wishes 'Ackers' and hope you enjoy the race!

14.03.16 Well done for committing to do this. Best of luck for the training - remember 'the medals are won in the winter!'. Best wishes from Liz, Callie and I.

£4,040.00

Running total

Target:
£4,000.00
Total raised incl. Gift Aid:
£4,371.25
Total donors:
44
Last donor:
David & Bridget Glasgow
25.04.16  
Offline fundraising:
£2,090.00
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