A SOLIHULL businessman has once again been on the fundraising trail for an autism charity.
Elliott Robinson, who has autism, has raised £522 for Autism West Midlands this year.
In August he did a charity skydive and has since ran several 5km and fun runs, with Catherine who also lives with the condition.
Last year, Elliott managed to raise £461.00 for Autism West Midlands.
Elliott said: “I’m delighted to have eclipsed last year’s efforts and I am now hoping to continue with my fundraising, so I can support Autism West Midlands even more.”
Autism West Midlands supports people living with autism and their families through its network of staff and volunteers, who work across all age groups and abilities.
Elliott added: “Having lived with autism for most of my life, I have always looked at ways to support charities related to the condition, as well as good causes in general, and Autism West Midlands is a fantastic charity.
“It can be quite daunting for a youngster living with autism, and my own experiences are testament to that.
“It is very important to help raise awareness and support organisations that are committed to ongoing research into the condition and provide vital services to those families affected by autism.”
For more or to donate visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sharon-robinson34
For more about Autism West Midlands, visit www.autismwestmidlands.org.uk or email [email protected]