LIVERPOOL'S Autism Advisory Support Service is leaving its mark along the Garage Sale Trail.
The service will participate in the annual garage sale by holding a stall on Saturday.
The non-profit organisation empowers children with autism and their families through knowledge and support. It provides parents of autistic children a 24-hour autism hotline, support and social groups, parent workshops and support services.
There will be bargains including new sensory toys suitable for children with special needs. There will be a range of new and used toys, household goods, general bric-a-brac, brand-named clothing and car boot sales.
Service volunteer Fiona Zammit said proceeds would help fund support groups and services.
"We've done a lot of work to make sure our service is supportive of our parents and children with autism," she said.
"The sensory toys are suitable for children with special needs — you get a real buzz out of them. If you can't make it to the sale you can still buy our toys online."
Liverpool mayor Ned Mannoun said the event was a great way to encourage sustainable living: "This is an opportunity to bring our community together while showing that recycling and sustainability can be fun."