AV relies on the generosity of our volunteers, our members, and the wider community to continue to provide opportunities for our community to connect, share stories and information, find meaningful employment opportunities, and most importantly, feel part of a community who just “gets” you.
There are many ways you can get involved and help to support the invaluable work we do.
Note: due to a website update, the AV membership page will be offline on Friday 24 February, and we appreciate your understanding during this time.
AV Membership is a fantastic way of supporting AV's work while also getting access to a range of fantastic benefits!
Visit our membership page to find the best offer for you and your family, and sign up today to get access to all of our member benefits.
We have just introduced a range of new membership options in response to our members' feedback and requests, so we're certain you can find the right option for you.
Find out more about AV Membership
If you have a spare few hours each week, we would love to talk to you about finding a volunteer role within our team which suits your skills and experience.
Volunteering with AV is not just a great opportunity to meet some terrific peers. You'll also feel good about contributing, you will have access to AV volunteer training and development opportunities, and you will be able to add your role to your CV and have the option to request a reference from our team.
We have a range of roles available and new opportunities are coming up all the time. If this sounds like something you might be interested in, please visit the volunteer page to find out more about the current vacancies.
Find out more about volunteering with AV
Every donation we receive - big or small - makes a real difference in what we can offer our members and the wider community.
Not only are all donations to AV tax deductible, but more importantly, you will be contributing to an organisation you are passionate about supporting. Your donation will allow us to help another member of our Aspergers autistic community to realise they are not alone, to allow us to provide support and connection to our community, and to continue to improve and develop the groups, programs, and services we offer our members and wider community.
Find out more about donating to AV.
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We are a Child Safe organisation so you will commit to maintaining the safety and wellbeing of children under the laws and our policies and procedures. All children regardless of any basis (gender, race, religious beliefs, age, disability, sexual orientation or family or social background) have equal rights to protection from abuse. AV recognises that children have a right to be treated with dignity and respect, free from emotional and physical danger, abuse (including sexual abuse) and neglect. Everyone is responsible for the protection of children and for reporting information about actual or suspected child abuse.