Companies and schools across Surrey enthusiastically joined Jigsaw’s campaign to win support for World Autism Awareness Day on April 2nd by dressing in blue and running special activities.
Guildford Cathedral is to be floodlit in blue in support of World Autism Awareness Day’s annual Light It Up Blue campaign, spearheaded locally by Jigsaw.
Jigsaw pupils went home with a smile and an Easter egg thanks to the kindness and huge response of listeners across Surrey and Hampshire who donated to the 96.4 Eagle Radio Easter Egg Appeal.
Former Chelsea and England footballer Dennis Wise has visited Jigsaw to hand over a brilliant new 17-seater minibus donated by his charity.
A final call is out for people wanting the thrill of a lifetime: a skydive from 10,000 feet (firmly strapped to an instructor), in aid of Jigsaw.
A special incentive to raise money for Jigsaw is now on offer to people signing up for the 10k Riverside Run being set up by Kelly’s Storage in Guildford on 19 March: the individual getting the most sponsorship solely for Jigsaw will be awarded a certificate, a bottle of fizzy and a free place in
A wonderful donation of £1,200 from a street collection by Guildford XRT Club, generously topped up with £1,000 from Guildford Round Table, is enabling Jigsaw to purchase the very latest interactive IT equipment.
An innovative touch-sensitive electronic table which encourages social interaction, turn taking and team working is now benefiting Jigsaw pupils, thanks to a wonderful £7,500 grant from leading software company SAP. The 42-inch SMART Table gives access to 1,500 interactive multi-user games and other imaginative educational activities linked to the National Curriculum. The possibilities for fun
Costa Coffee has become the latest company to donate time and resources to Jigsaw, with a team of staff volunteers spending the day decorating at the Life Skills Centre in Guildford.
Jigsaw pupils went round the world in the run-up to half term as the school celebrated Languages and Cultures Week.