"It was a great event. I got the opportunity to help announce the projects being shown, which was a great experience I’ve never done before. I really liked seeing everyone’s projects and how well they all did."
Alex, 24, is from Holywell in Flintshire. His Fixers campaign in 2014 was about the link between autism and stimming, which is 'self-stimulatory' behaviour, normally involving a series of repetitive movements such as hand flapping, spinning around or rocking back and forth. Alex often 'stims' to help him concentrate.
You can find out more about his Fixers project here.
"If everyone had just 10 per cent of an understanding of autism it would completely change the lives of young people on the spectrum."
Model and TV presenter Amy Willerton is well known for her appearances in Channel 4’s 'The Jump', and ITV's 'I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here'. She is also a former Miss Great Britain. She chose to support Fixers because of her personal experience of autism; her younger brother Ross is autistic.