Child Autism UK Charity Auction with Windsor Auctions
This September Windsor Auctions will hold an online auction with Child Autism UK as their yearly fundraising Ball was cancelled due to Covid-19.
Child Autism UK, a Bracknell based national charity that supports families and children with Autism is suffering from postponed and cancelled fundraisers due to the current pandemic.]
In an attempt to continue fundraising in this challenging year, Windsor Auctions and Child Autism UK will be working together to put together an online auction. Auctioneer, Harry Ballin, and the charity have worked together for many years for their Fundraising Ball. However this year, like with many other things, it is online!
The Charity Auction is now set for September and Windsor Auctions are on the hunt for donations of collectables, antiques, jewellery and anything out of the ordinary that can be sold to raise funds for the excellent charity.
Child Autism UK’s CEO Suzy Yardley said. ‘It is a difficult time for charities and we are grateful to Windsor Auctions and our supporters for donating time, effort and items to raise much needed funds.
If you have items to donate to this brilliant cause please contact Windsor Auctions at 01753 868076.
Coronavirus has had a massive impact on the art and antiques trade. Many fairs and auctions have been cancelled or postponed. Windsor Auctions has managed to continue monthly auctions, although the Auctioneer is beginning to get slightly lonely without the usual faces, so we are excited to see you all soon. Windsor Auctions next general online auction is 25th July.
About Child Autism UK:
Child Autism UK is a small national charity that supports and informs parents of children with autism in the early years. It advocates the use of early intervention and runs teaching programmes, behaviour support and training for parents and schools. Child Autism UK is passionate about respecting each child as an individual, and giving them the best chance to reach their potential. With early support children can take full advantage of social and educational opportunities available in their communities and require less professional support as they grow older.