Bristol Autism Support is Partnering with DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre

Bristol Autism Support (BAS) is proud to announce a new partnership with DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre.  BAS is a growing charity supporting over 3,000 families in the Bristol area with autistic children. Partnering with DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre will help us deliver our support for families alongside increasing autism awareness.

BAS primarily support parents and carers prior to their child’s autism assessment and for some time after they have achieved a diagnosis for their child. Providing peer to peer support online an in person including training and information sessions, support groups and family events.  Working with DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre provides us both with a wonderful opportunity to raise funds whilst sharing our skills and resources.

Ahad Vahabzadeh, Hotel manager said:

“DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre is a city centre hotel which has been trading as a hotel for the past 50 years and is committed to providing our customers and team members with top service experience. Asides from the day to day running of the hotel, we feel it’s our responsibility to give back to the community. CARE is DoubleTree’s Brand Personality and our expression of the Hilton Purpose. A big part of CARE is giving back to the community and this involves partnering with a charity to encourage change in our local communities. Hence, we have decided to partner with Bristol Autism Support. In the near future we will be coming up with a range of charity events such as Cake sales, Dressing down days, etc to raise money and awareness.”

Jade Page, Parent Support Manager at Bristol Autism Support said;

“Bristol Autism Support is looking forward to collaborating with the hotel and their CARE Committee on our shared vision for providing support to families and autism awareness. We are honoured to be the charity that DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre have chosen to partner with.”

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