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The Greatest Showman’s Party

Again, BNI Synergy of Peterborough came up trumps for the charity and fundraised, by holding a ‘Greatest Showman’ ball, an amazing £8,850.  A fantastic time was had by all. So grateful!

Yorkshire ‘three peaks challenge’

BNI Synergy – the business group that has made Action for Asperger’s their charity of the Year for three years running did a Yorkshire ‘three peaks challenge’ and fundraised almost £2,500! This was a splendid amount and will do so much to support our work.

Peterborough Businesses

For our young clients’ computer games club…Nintendo Switches donated by Peterborough businesses –MR. James Manning of Brett Groome of Antony Jaggard of is absolutely wonderful for our clients and we are so very grateful for James’, Brett’s and Adrian’s kindness and generosity. Thanks also to BNI Synergy Peterborough for their unwavering support.

Oxford Half Marathon

Mother and daughter Louise and Alice Stevenson raised £400++ for Action for Asperger’s by running the Oxford half marathon.  As long-time supporters of Action for Asperger’s, we are delighted that their kind generosity continues year in, year out. We promise we won’t let you down!


Keith Miller from Cardiff ran the Humber marathon and fundraised £258-00 for Action for Asperger’s.  Both the Rushden Rotaract Club and The Northants Jaguar Owners Club did some stirling fundraising work for our charity, and, cheques combined, raised just under £1,000. We are extremely grateful to both groups.

Henderson Insurance

Left: Elaine Nicholson of AfA being presented with a £675 cheque from Nick Kennedy of Henderson Insurance, Peterborough, during a BNI Synergy breakfast meeting on 19 July. Nick and colleagues raised the cash by holding a golf day.  AfA is extremely grateful for BNI Synergy and Henderson Insurance’s support.

Edinburgh marathon

Alice Stevenson ran the Edinburgh marathon for Action for Asperger’s and fundraised £370 in the process. Fabulous effort Alice!