Help for Heroes raises £1,312 for Atypical Work Space at joint charity quiz night at KWS - 20 October 2023

Atypical Work Space raises £1,312 to help get neurodiverse adults into supportive work environments at joint charity quiz night with Help for Heroes. A huge thank you to everyone who made the night possible and to all 140 quiz-goers who attended and donated generously. 



Local Hertfordshire band, Bee Stung Lips fundraises for Atypical Work Space at Kimpton Village Hall Gig - 10 December 2022

Atypical Workspace trustee Mike Pepper, who plays bass for The Bee Stung Lips, a local covers band institution, selected Atypical Work Space as one of its charity beneficiaries for its gig at the Kimpton O2 Arena (also known as The Village Memorial Hall) in December 2022. 

In 10 years, the band has raised thousands of pounds for charities and good causes, as Mike says “by playing other peoples’ songs badly”.

Atypical Work Space trustee fundraises for Atypical Work Space by cycling for 1,000 consecutive days - 15 December 2022 

Geraint Whitley, a trustee of Atypical Work Space, completed his 1000th consecutive day of cycling and finishing with a charity ride with friends on the 15th of December, 2022.  This was be the culmination of a personal 30,000 km journey, a quarter of a million meters vertical, and 1,600 hours in the saddle covering 2 continents and 6 countries - all of which was recorded courtesy of Strava

He would like to thank 3Brewers and Stolen Goat for their generous donations for the event and Computer Wizard for website and email support. 

IBC Simply, UK-based food services company, fundraises £540 for Atypical Work Space - 24th November, 2022

UK-based food services company, IBC Simply matched the funds raised on the Wheathampstead Village lights up evening. A big shoutout to them and a huge thanks from all of us at Atypical Work Space.