RouteNote are helping distribute a charity single from Lucy Cox, supported by the NHS, to raise money for World Autism Acceptance Week.

The 2nd – 7th April is World Autism Acceptance Week. “Welcome Home” is a new charity single supported by the NHS, written and sung by Lucy Cox, local mum of two autistic children, based in Cornwall – RouteNote’s home. The acoustic song features the words shared by NHS autism and neurodivergent staff.

With 100% of the revenue going to The HUGS Foundation, streams of “Welcome Home” will go directly to support young people’s mental and physical well-being. To further support the campaign, please give generously to help them reach their £1,000 target, by donating to the fundraiser here.

About The HUGS Foundation

We are a registered charity who’s multiple aims are to; rescue, rehabilitate and re-home unwanted, abused and abandoned horses and ponies, improve children and young peoples mental and physical well-being and increase social inclusion amongst the elderly.

The services we provide include supportive interventions to children, young people and the elderly who are experiencing a range of problems including; disadvantages, mental ill health, physical and learning disabilities, trauma, abuse and social isolation. Making positive changes to lives.

The HUGS Foundation

Find out more about The HUGS Foundation here.

Stream Lucy Cox – Welcome Home here.

Donate to the JustGiving page here.