Empowering People, Launching lives

Our supporter pledge

With your help and generosity we empower children and young people with autism to lead fuller lives; and we are beyond grateful for your support.

As a member of the Fundraising Regulator, this promise outlines the commitment made to donors and the public:

  • We will commit to high standards.
  • We will be clear, honest and open.
  • We will be respectful.
  • We will be fair and reasonable.
  • We will be accountable and responsible.
  • We can always be contacted on 020 3031 9705 or info@beyondautism.org.uk, and are always happy to answer any questions you may have about the charity, our services and our fundraising.
  • To see our full promise, click here.

We are committed to the highest standards in fundraising and we are a member of the Fundraising Regulator.


How are our services funded?

BeyondAutism is a registered charity, and carries out fundraising to raise income for specific capital and revenue needs, resources for the school not covered by fees, and to support the set-up of new services.

BeyondAutism School

A pupil’s placement at BeyondAutism Schools is funded by the Local Authority in which they reside. We do not accept privately funded pupils.

Outreach and training

Our outreach and training services are income-generating and are therefore self-funding.

New services

As the organisation grows and diversifies its service provision, capital and revenue needs will increase. Our proposed Post 19 service will require an initial capital and set up outlay which will be reliant on fundraising. Once established, the Post 19 service aims to be self-funded by placement fees paid by Local Authorities. It is possible that new services will be introduced for which there is no public obligation to fund (e.g. a research or advocacy programme), and unless they are income-generating they will be dependent on voluntary funding.


Registered Charity No. 1082599. Registered in England and Wales Ltd by guarantee No. 4041459 Registered Office: Ashurst, Broadwalk House, 5 Appold Street, London, EC2A 2HA