TRACKS News

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Anonymous Donations Received

TRACKS want to thank two anonymous donators who have helped raise funds in the last month. 

Firstly, to the anonymous person who kindly donated £20 having seen tat TRACKS were one of the charities supported by the Stevenage Walking Festival.

Secondly, to the anonymous cycle fanatic who raised £200+ by completing the London to Essex 100mile bike ride. We hope you've managed to rest your legs!

CLICK HERE to support TRACKS Autism by donating or starting a fundraiser. 

TRACKS Parents Raise £375 in May

A huge thank you goes out to Hayley and Louisa for raising £375 for TRACKS by completing 10,000 steps a day in May. 


Hayley's son George has attended TRACKS autism for the last two years. "George has thrived during his time at TRACKS and we wanted to help them continue their amazing work for future children. TRACKS also support the families through the EHCP process and we have found this support invaluable. We feel incredibly lucky to have had two amazing years at TRACKS and are doing this as a way of saying thank you."


TRACKS Thank YOU Hayley & Louisa!  

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TRACKS autism Nominated for National Diversity Award

TRACKS autism are so proud to have been nominated for a Community Organisation Award for Diversity at the National Diversity Awards in association with ITV News.

Voting has taken place and we are now waiting to hear more about whether we have been lucky enough to go through to the finals in Liverpool. 

Founded in 2012, the concept of the National Diversity Awards arose when Founder, Paul Sesay and his dedicated team identified an urgent need for more positive role models to be actively promoted, with the aim to empower and inspire the wide breadth of diverse communities across the UK.

TRACKS autism Receive Children In Need Grant

Did you know that TRACKS was awarded a grant of £90,000 over 3 years by BBC Children In Need?!

This grant is helping to fund our specialist early years programme for autistic children and help make a difference to the lives of children and young people facing disadvantage right here in Hertfordshire.

BBC Children in Need currently supports over 3,900 projects in communities across the UK that are helping children and young people facing a range of disadvantages. Their vision is that every child in the UK has a safe, happy and secure childhood and the chance to reach their potential and, here at TRACKS, we couldn't be more grateful for their support!