Introducing… #LoveIsBlue

This April, join us in spreading awareness and acceptance for persons with autism. This campaign aims to promote the understanding, acceptance, and empathy towards persons with autism so that they feel seen, heard, and supported.

Autism is a lifelong condition, and no one should take this journey alone. We can help these persons with autism communicate more effectively and improve their quality of life through lifelong acceptance and support. While autism may be complex, we can help create a world where everyone, including those with autism, can flourish.

Let’s work together to ensure that everyone with autism, regardless of their ability, gets the support they need!

How to support #LoveIsBlue

From 1-30 April, support this cause by:

1. Puting on a blue shirt (the more the merrier), post a photo on social media and hashtag #LoveisBlue

2. Tagging 3 friends to do the same.

3. Donating to help our beneficiaries!

About Autism

About Autism

Autism is often called an “invisible” condition because it can be difficult to see from the outside, but this doesn’t mean it’s not there.

It’s a neurological disorder that affects individuals differently and can make it challenging to communicate, socialise, and process information.

Hence it’s important to increase understanding, acceptance, and empathy towards persons with autism.



One way to support #LoveIsBlue campaign is by donating towards our work.

We serve 450 persons with moderate to severe autism who live with complex lifelong challenges. Your support will enable us to continue providing quality education, training, and care so that these persons with autism can continue to be integrated and included in the community.

About Us

About Us

Established in 2005, St. Andrew’s Autism Centre is a non-profit organisation for the education, training, and care of persons with autism and their families.

We see people with autism leading dignified and meaningful lives. Our work revolves around enriching their lives, and those of their families, through quality education, training, and care, distinguished by Christian love and compassion.

#LoveIsBlue Partners

Goodwood Park Hotel

As part of the Easter celebrations, Goodwood Park Hotel would like to invite you to ‘Adopt An Egg For Charity’.
Commemorating World Autism Awareness Month in April, all proceeds from the ‘adoption’ will go to St. Andrew’s Autism Centre, a non-profit organisation for the education, training and care of persons with autism and their families.
50 edible 20-cm tall chocolate Easter eggs will be hand-decorated by the Hotel’s pastry chefs in different designs for this initiative. Each egg will be available at $108 nett and tagged with a mystery gift that ranges from adorable Hotel teddy bears to dining and staycation vouchers.
Please preview the designs of the chocolate eggs here and if you are interested to ‘adopt’ an egg, kindly visit The Deli at the Hotel between 30 March and 9 April, 11am to 7pm to make a purchase in person.

Stories of Hope

This April, we partner photojournalist and autism advocate Bob Lee to feature inspiring stories about persons with moderate to severe autism.

Watch this space as we feature these stories in time to come!