Autism at Kingwood Christmas ideas!
This is our downloadable Christmas eCard. Please click on the link Autism and Kingwood eCard to download. You can send to your friends, colleagues and family. If you’d like to donate to us the money you will have saved in buying and posting cards this year, you can click on the card’s link – all donations are going towards our holiday home.
Use this fab Secret Santa generator and then shop and raise funds for us! https://secretsanta.thegivingmachine.co.uk/
BLACK FRIDAY/Christmas Shopping
The Giving Machine enables you to raise money for us while you do your Christmas shopping. So log-in or register, select Autism at Kingwood and click on that bonus donation! Great shop selection – John Lewis, Waitrose, Hotel Chocolate, Argos, Not on the High Street, Decathlon, eBay, insurance, holidays and loads more. The prices shouldn’t be more expensive and there is NO COST TO YOU.
How does it work? Every year online shops pay millions in sales commissions to other search engines and voucher code sites that direct shoppers to them. The Giving Machine is different; it is a charity and so turns the commission it makes into donations for Autism at Kingwood! Click here.
It’s called AmazonSmile is available in the Amazon Shopping app on iPhones and Android phones.
Simply follow these instructions to turn on AmazonSmile.
1. Open the Amazon Shopping app on your device
2. Go into the main menu of the Amazon Shopping app and tap into ‘Settings’
3. Tap ‘AmazonSmile’ and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process and select Autism at Kingwood.
If you do not have the latest version of the Amazon Shopping app, simply update your app.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have and queries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christmas Gift ideas – visit here to buy
SIGNED Memoir of Dame Stephanie Shirley £10.00 (p&p included)
We have signed copies of this incredible autobiography by Dame Stephanie Shirley, founder of Autism at Kingwood. It tells the story of a five-year-old German girl whose parents sent her away to escape the Nazis, on one of the last Kindertransport trains out of Europe; of a young refugee who found love and acceptance with an English foster family, and who vowed that she would repay them by living “a life worth saving”; of a brilliant young woman whose pioneering computer skills were rebuffed, in the 1950s and 1960s, by sexism in the workplace; of a brave entrepreneur who defied convention by setting up her own company and defied it further by employing women working from home, and giving them the unheard of freedom to choose their own hours and manage their own workloads; of a woman who spent her wealth setting up Autism at Kingwood for her autistic son.
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Sensory Profiling Cards £15.00 (p&p included)
What do you like? is a set of 75 cards, each showing a different type of sensory experience, which is described in simple words and illustrated by photographic images. The cards act as visual prompts for autistic people who may be unable to verbally articulate their preferences.
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