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Raise money

There are so many ways to show your support for autistic people and their families. Choose your challenge from the options below or contact us on 0808 800 1050 or fundraising@nas.org.uk to plan your fundraising activity.

Please get involved with our next World Autism Awareness Week. It's always an amazing opportunity to spread autism awareness and understanding.

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Everything you need to know

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Run

Lace up the trainers, stretch your muscles, and start running to raise funds for The National Autistic Society.
Cyclists in our ride to Amsterdam having fun!

Cycling

Put the pedal to the metal for autism! There's opportunities across the UK to raise funds for autistic people.
Trekking at the top of Kilimanjaro

Trek and walk

Cover great distances and scale high peaks to help autistic people live the life they choose.

Go extreme!

Take that energy and enthusiasm and test the limits of your endurance to raise vital funds!
Thumbs up at 5,000 feet!

Skydiving

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a fundraiser for The National Autistic Society! Fly through the air for autism.
Tough Mudder

Own place form

Secured your own place for the event? You can get fundraising support – and there's no minimum sponsorship!
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Special events

Our special events range from our virtual balloon race and design a Christmas card competition to exclusive performances.

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Fundraising ideas

It's not just running marathons – there's so many ways you can raise funds for autistic people.
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Info packs

Keen to join us? Fill out our form and we'll get you started on an extraordinary journey.
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School or club involvement

Here's how to get your students or youth club members involved in fundraising to help autistic people.
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Thomas & Friends

Thomas & Friends have been a Really Useful Engine in raising funds since 2001!
Onesies on for Onesie Wednesday

Money box

Small change can make a big change for the lives of autistic people. Here's how to get a money box.
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How to donate

Congratulations – you did an amazing job! When you're ready to donate, here's how to do it.
Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 17/08/2016 12:41:26