Promotional Resources

Want to let people know what the Autistic Empire is all about? We have leaflets, business cards, and a mailing list sign-up if you need it.

Mailing List

We have a mailing list PDF sign-up sheet here. if you wish to attend an event and collect emails for our newsletter, please take this and sign people up! Send us a scan or a typed up list of emails at team@autisticempire.com and then destroy the paper sheet to comply with data protection regulations.

Please note that if you run another autistic-led organisation and you would like to use this mailing list design with your own branding, please email us at team@autisticempire.com and we’ll send you the Word template.

Leaflet

(A5, front and back. You have permission to get these printed for distribution if you are in a non-UK country, please do not edit the content except to change the size without talking to us. If you are in the UK, you can email us at team@autisticempire.com and we can probably post you some, we have quite a few.)

If you want to print these at home to show to other people, or fold them in half, we have a one-sided A4 PDF here.

 

 

 

Business Cards

(85 x 55 mm, front and back. You have permission to get these printed for distribution if you are in a non-UK country, please do not edit the content except to change the size without talking to us. Please note these are not “print ready” so if you are planning to have some professionally made, let us know and we’ll send you the print ready versions (they have an extra border for bleed). These are more expensive, so we can’t distribute these for free, but if you want to buy a pack of 10 or 20 from the shop for the cost of shipping, we would be grateful.)

The business cards are a useful way of following up a conversation with people about autism and where they can find further resources. Suitable to giving to parents or professionals who haven’t come across autistic-led organisations before. Those of us that carry them find them particularly useful when talking to people who seem like they might be autistic but don’t know it and could use a subtle push in the right direction.

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