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Anna Kennedy OBE and her charity Anna Kennedy Online wanted to create an opportunity to showcase and celebrate the excellence taking place in the world of autism. The 4th Charity Autism Hero Awards is a unique way to celebrate and showcase accomplishments as well as enhancing autism awareness and acceptance.
Anna Kennedy OBE shared: ‘Every year, we seek to acknowledge the outstanding contributions and achievements of individuals, teams and organisations who have proved excellence, dedication and commitments to impacting lives that have been making a real difference in the world of autism.’
This honourable occasion is a unique opportunity to acknowledge the outstanding contributions and achievements of individuals, teams and organisations who have proved excellence, dedication and commitments to impacting lives that have been making a real difference.
The closing date for this years nominations is 6th September and finalists will be chosen by a panel of distinguished judges.
Anna Kennedy OBE added: ‘The Autism Hero Awards recognise the extraordinary achievements of people that show dedication, commitment and courage of all the past four years nominees and winners has been inspirational. The awards are a great way to celebrate these accomplishments and unforgotten heroes and what life-changing impacts are made on people’s lives.’
The evening commences at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel with a red carpet welcome drink on arrival, a delicious three-course meal, DJ, entertainment. All proceeds for the evening will be donated to the Anna Kennedy Online Charity to continue its dynamic work in raising autism awareness within society.
With exciting new developments of the charity, it is fundamental in raising autism awareness with remarkable advocates on board as the positive way to reach out to the wider audiences and empower them with knowledge and strength.
Among the room full of heroes in the past supporters have been present are Kacey Ainsworth, Richard Mylan and his son Jaco Mylan; legendary singer Heather Small – the voice of M people who not only attended but also sang ‘Search for a Hero’, both impromptu and acapella.
For more information to nominate your hero from 12 categories that you feel that goes the extra mile or to purchase tickets to this charity event in November please visit Autism Hero Awards.
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