The UK Autism Foundation is a British autism charity for a new generation. The Foundation aims to build the first ever state of the art Autism Centre in London, build an autism school and to launch initiatives to help the poor. UKAF has launched a £10 million fundraising program in order to make the ‘vision for autism’ a reality. The UK Autism Foundation came from the work of the Autism Awareness Campaign UK founded in 2000 by parents and carers Ivan and Charika Corea. The charity aims to work across the United Kingdom and also in the Third World, particularly in Africa and Asia. The Charity is spearheaded by Ivan Corea. The Patron of the UK Autism Foundation is Lee Scott MP who has championed the cause of autism and Asperger’s Syndrome, in the House of Commons in the Palace of Westminster