Why donate to us?

Our centre operates with no Government funding

Our highly specialised service is very costly to deliver and TRACKS is dependent upon charitable contributions to continue its valuable work. The Government’s Green Paper: Support and Aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and disability identified the huge value of early intervention for children with autism. This is why we need your donations.We raise two thirds of our operating costs through charitable contributions from the community.

To make a donation please visit our BT Donate Page

Since opening our doors in 2002 we have helped:

  • over 200 children and their families
  • conducted over 3,000 sessions
  • over 58% of the children attending are able to move into, adapt successfully and remain in the most appropriate setting including mainstream schooling.

Your gift today will:

  • enable young children with autism or related conditions to realise their potential
  • provide children with an environment tailored to their specific complex needs
  • build children's confidence through play and interaction
  • help us to offer children specialist one to one therapies including sensory circuits, the Sherborne Developmental Movement and one to one work with KASPAR the humanoid robot
  • continue to provide short breaks and respite care for families

Everything you donate makes a difference to us and the children and families we work with. 

To make a donation please visit our BT Donate Page

 

There are other ways to give: 

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Give in your Will with a legacy gift.

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In memory gifts

In Memory gifts are special tributes to those you love. They can mean so much at a time of sadness.

Gift aid

Gift Aid helps increase your donation if you are an individual donor. Gift Aid was introduced by the government in April 2000 and allows charities to reclaim the tax you have already paid.