Freedom2Choose members congratulate Megan after she was presented with a Trophy for achieving 1st in PE at her dancing display. Well done Megan!
Young people with disabilities who have taken part in a huge range of activities on our programmers had their achievements recognised at the Strictly Our Achievements Celebration Event.
Held at La Mon Hotel and Country Club (5 April), the event celebrated the achievements of young people we support.
For everyone who had a formal photography session at the Strictly Our Achievements Celebration Event on Friday 5 April, photos are now available on the formals.co.uk website.
We are delighted to announce that, on Friday 5th April, Autonomie will be hosting Strictly Our Achievements Celebration.
A night of celebration marking the achievement of the young people involved in Autonomie’s services including the What next? Project, funded by the National Lottery Community Fund.
Gary Burns has successfully reached 100 hours volunteering at Autonomie as part of Millennium Volunteers programme!
Gary was recently presented with his MV100 Award and a silver pin to mark his 100 hours of commitment.
Accepting his award Gary said: "I feel ecstatic, I didn’t think I’d get it."
Well done Gary!
Thank you so much Co-op Finaghy and Co-op members for this fantastic donation of £1132.14 received through Co-op Local Community Fund. Autonomie’s Lynne Morrison, young person Aishling Skillen and programme volunteer Paola Gigliardi recently were presented with the generous cheque at its Finaghy store by store manager Paul and store staff.
Voting for the AVIVA Community Fund is now open! Autonomie has the chance of winning a £5,000 award from the AVIVA Community Fund, but we need your help to vote for us...
With your vote, we could win an award from the AVIVA Community Fund to enable us to support even more young people with additional needs with our flagship Freedom2Choose programme.