On 30 April, Amaze celebrated Hoodie Up, wrapping up another year of our annual autism acceptance and fundraising campaign as part of World Autism Acceptance Month.
It was encouraging to see many of our autistic community, partners, supporters and the wider community #hoodieup with us.
From the team here at Amaze, we want to say thank you to everyone who participated and showed acceptance and support for autistic people. Together, let’s continue making the world more inclusive for autistic people.
Below are some of the Amaze-ing photos by schools, workplaces and individuals who participated in Hoodie Up:
— Luke Donnellan MP (@LukeDonnellan) April 30, 2021
We are so proud to support Amaze’s #HoodieUp for Autism, to create awareness, understanding and support for autistic people. 🙌
And there’s so much going on in our schools and kinders to be more inclusive and support our kids to learn, thrive and get the very best education. pic.twitter.com/YKxN0rNWrp
— Tim Richardson MP (@TimRichardsonMP) April 29, 2021
We celebrated #HoodieUp today with an office lunch to fundraise and show our understanding, acceptance and support for…
Today is World Autism Awareness Day. The AllPlay @Deakin Child Study Centre team gathered together to support @autismvictoria. By putting our Hoodies Up today we are making a gesture to show our support and to raise money for Amaze. #HoodieUp pic.twitter.com/lJIV5JLwoO
— AllPlayAU (@allplayau) April 2, 2019