Make your celebration even more amazing by choosing to support people with autism as part of your special occasion
Whether it’s a wedding, birthday, anniversary, civil partnership or a religious festival, this is a fantastic opportunity to raise money to support people affected by autism.
There are so many ways you could raise funds from your celebration, from receiving gifts of donations from your family and friends, to having a sweepstake or even selling cakes! It would make such a massive difference to helping people with autism live the life they choose, and make your day even more special and memorable.
Are you getting married or do you know someone with a wedding coming up? Order our brand new wedding pack, featuring a wedding fundraising guide, alternative gift list so you can find out what donations can be used for, a useful wedding to do list for you to keep in your notebook, a cake recipe from Jane Asher and information about all the merchandise we can offer including wedding place cards and pin badges.
For all other celebrations order our new celebrations pack for information about fundraising at birthdays, anniversaries, christenings and more.
You can use a fundraising website such as JustGiving
or Virgin Money Giving
to make it easy to give your family and friends a way to donate to you and reach your target donation to celebrate your special day.
Thank you so much for considering The National Autistic Society as part of your celebrations. We hope that whatever you decide to do, you have an amazing day!
Amanda Caroline Photography
Asking for donations was a way for people to feel they were giving when we wanted nothing and I think people gave more because they knew it was for a good cause.
Mark and Kim
I would definitely recommend this type of fundraising. Most people don’t give to charity; you’ll find that they find it hard to refuse at a party!