A very special charity needs your support
In 2012, nine year Adam appeared on Children in Need with his new support dog Grant. His mum talked how autism affected every aspect of his life, but how Grant was starting to make a real difference.
Four years on mum, Diane tells Support Dogs how, with the help of his support dog, Adam has continued to develop hugely both in confidence and ability. Grant is enabling him to have a far brighter future. Indeed the whole family have benefited. As a result of the support that Grant gives to Adam, his brother and sister have been able to access education, friends and their community, in away that would have been impossible before.
Help Support Dogs to make a bigger difference this winter
Support Dogs is experiencing an unpredcedented level of demand for their services. They currently receive a plea for help every four hours. Their work for people affected by autism, epilepsy and disability is truly life changing but their biggest regret is that they are not able to help everyone who needs them.
They need your help to change this. This winter they are asking if you can give a little to help others have a better life.
Please donate and make a difference this winter
Please click here to make a one off donation
Donate monthly by sponsoring a working Support Dog
visit our website for full list of dogs available to sponsor.
Or you can donate £10 with your mobile phone by texting: SDOG15 £10 to 70070