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Autism Charity “Receives funding making a difference project, bridging the gap”

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February 1, 2010
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Staffordshire Adults Autistic Society (SAAS) have been awarded funding from the ( CRT) coalfields Regeneration Trust for £4,450 pounds there “Making a difference project”  this will make a huge difference to Adults on the Autistic Spectrum

this will enable the charity to purchase equipment, pay for travel for volunteer expenses, and training for volunteers,

Kevin Healey Chairman of SAAS said; “this is really good news for SAAS we can now purchase various equipment, including Autism resource library of books for our new library, the grant as also paid for telephone and internet for all our volunteers, and also volunteer training for Autistic Adults which is fantastic news, SAAS are making a huge impact on lives of adults affected by Autism our current motto is “changing peoples lives on the Autistic Spectrum”

SAAS Will be staging an Autism Awareness day on the 11th May and a variety show planned for May 2010 for more information contact Head office on 01782617088.

For further information, images and interviews please call SAAS press office on 01782617088/633040/07751223065 or email: infosaas@ntlworld.com


the coalfields regeneration trust is an independent charity dedicated to social and economic regeneration of coalfield communities throughout the UK, since it was established in 1999 the trust has awarded grants of over 150 million pounds to over 1550 projects that have improved the quality of life in the UK’S Coalfields region, however, the CRT is not just a grant making body, it also provides advice and support to community and voluntary groups to help them confirm the eligibility for funding, define their needs’ create practical solutions, and seek funding from a variety of different sources, for further information, visit www.coalfileds-regen.org.uk

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