Two weeks of fundraising and lots of fun in the North

Inclusive WAAW

Inclusive, part of our our adult autism services in the North, have had a fantastic couple of weeks raising money for Autism Awareness. Using each letter of the word ‘INCLUSIVE’ for inspiration they put on events throughout the fortnight including:

Inventive art – our young people at Watermill decorated Easter biscuits.

Night time disco – everyone either wore their onesie or went with the colour theme of pink and purple for the NAS.

Coffee morning – drinks and hot cross buns were sold and games, cakes and craft stalls all available. The local LIONS attended to run a stall and kindly donated their £25 profit to autism week. A staggering £101 was made at the coffee morning!

Lakeside picnic – staff Inclusive WAAWand young people met at the Humber Bridge viewing point to have a picnic before setting off for a walk around the local nature reserve.

Ugly duckling Easter egg hunt – Held along the ‘Bottesford beck’ young people hunted for their eggs using their clues and finding prizes along the way.

Spring tea party – a tea party was held at Roxby and games took place outside in the courtyard where thankfully the weather stayed nice so everyone could enjoy their sandwiches, crisps and cakes in the sunshine.

Incredible superhero day – Held at Rawton the art room was taken over by our young people making superhero masks and capes to sport in the afternoon whilst on their superhero walk around Winteringham.

Very nice BBQ – SaInclusive BBQffron was host to the the BBQ in the courtyard where a feast was cooked up for everyone to enjoy!

Evening glam staff party – to end the fundraising fun the staff had their own disco with karaoke, a buffet, party games and prizes.

Each event was organised by different sites across the region and everyone involved had a fantastic time. Inclusive was able to raise a fantastic £345!! Well done to you all for another fantastic total raised for the NAS and thank you to all of those who worked hard to make the event run so well!

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