Birmingham and Solihull All Age Autism Support Services
Due to the unprecedented amount of applications exceeding the total grant allocation, applications for new grants has been suspended. Should this change we will notify applicants with unfinished applications.
The AAA grant programme aims to support small and voluntary organisations with grants of between £5,000 and £20,000. However, grant size can vary depending on need and the service required.
Grants are available to Third Sector or private organisations to enable them to support people living with or caring for those with diagnosed or self-identifying as autistic . Grants are available for support of unpaid carers but re not available for support of paid carers.
The Grants are funded by the NHS England and managed via the BSol ICB to Landau Limited.
The programme opened in May 2022 and is scheduled to close in January 2024. All activity must be completed by March 2024 subject to funds being available, updates on funding availability will be reported on our website.
Grants will support a range of activities aimed at helping individuals towards leading happier, healthier and independent lives.
The aim is to provide sustainable autism support services that enables autistic people, their parents, families and unpaid carers to cope (and ideally thrive) by enabling them to reach their full potential and live as independently as possible and to develop the skills and confidence to keep themselves safe and well.
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