Autism Plus Bring a Bag campaign

3rd July 2013

Autism Plus are looking for support from local schools and businesses to take part in their 'Bring a Bag' campaign.

Due to bad weather and theft from the streets of donations sacks Autism Plus are desperately looking at alternative ways to collect donations, the solution "Bring a Bag" day. Autism Plus are seeking the support of local schools, colleges, universities and businesses to arrange for staff and or pupils to bring in donations to their place of study or work. The Autism Plus collection van drivers will then be with you on a specific day to collect all your donations and distribute to their charity shops. By doing this: It's a great and simple way for local businesses to support local charities Businesses are recognised and thanked on Autism Plus social media web pages Autism Plus raise awareness of themselves to the community There will be an increase donations and reduction in theft An easy alternative for individuals to donate to a UK Registered charity, knowing their items will go to support UK individuals and items will be sold in UK charity shops. More information about Autism Plus, the Bring a Bag campaign and their retail charity shops can be found on the Autism Plus website www.autismplus.co.uk

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