WHAT IS A PATRON AND AMBASSADOR?
A well known or illustrious individual who lends their name and support to a charity or organisation, and
a representative or promoter of a specified activity.
Autism Unseen would like to thank the following individuals for supporting our charity and taking the time to promote our cause
PATRON – LORD NORTON OF LOUTH
Lord Norton of Louth [Philip Norton] was appointed Professor of Government in 1986. In 1992 he also became Director of the Centre for Legislative Studies. In 1998 he was elevated to the peerage, as Lord Norton of Louth. From 2001 to 2004 he was Chairman of the House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution. He has been described in The House Magazine – the journal of both Houses of Parliament – as ‘our greatest living expert on Parliament’.
AMBASSADOR – CHARLIE RILEY
Charlie Riley, was recently appointed an Ambassador for Autism Unseen, for his outstanding work and contribution to the Charity. Charlie took part in the Autism Unseen Kilimanjaro Challenge, and more recently he is busy fundraising for the 2020 Autism Unseen Tall Ships Challenge which he will be participating in. Charlie, who is autistic, undertakes motivational speeches on behalf of the Charity, helping to raise awareness of problems relating to Autism, and what it is like to live with Autism.