Saturday 4th May 2019, saw Green Board Games’ further support of the AKO (Anna Kennedy Online charity) ,with their headline sponsorship of the organisation’s annual hit production,

The star-studded spectacular event took place at The Mermaid Theatre in London, showcasing performances from talented adults and children with autism. The performers consisted of singers, actors, musicians and dance troupes, in a stunning display of their beyond incredible talents.

This year’s show was attended by X-Factor’s Gio Spano as well as Katie Price and her son Harvey who were filming her current series of “My Crazy Life”.  Harvey expressed the wish to perform at the up-coming St Ives showcase, also sponsored by GBG underpinning the “Inclusive Play’ philosophy!

Green Board Games’ have supported the charity for a number of years, recently, exhibiting at the Autism Awareness Expo again last month at Uxbridge University. The company will also be sponsoring the Autism Hero Awards later in the year

The essence of the Green Board Games’ philosophy is supported by the product strap line “Play together, learn together” and the company works hard to deliver ranges playable by the whole family.  Inclusivity is at the heart of the company’s ethos and haGrees a great benefit to all families.

Games such as My First BrainBoxes, BrainBox Story Cards, Qwirkle, Q-Bitz and many more, as well as Fat Brain’s ‘Sensory Genius’ fidget toys, are all ideally suited to children who have varying levels of autistic spectrum disorder and offer fun solutions for families to play together and encourage learning for all children.  We must remember that many of our “Spectrum Population” are and always have been our leaders, innovators and geniuses – label negatively at your own ignorance!

Karen Nunn, of the Green Board Game Company, commented: “We are thrilled to be able to continue our support for the Anna Kennedy Online charity at this awe-inspiring event. At Green Board Games, we are dedicated to providing inclusive play for all, regardless of ability, and we are honoured to be able to assist Anna and her team in raising awareness of ASD and promoting inclusion of individuals on the spectrum or with any disability.”

For information on how to support the AKO charity and events, please visit