Whether it is breaking the record for the longest seated table tennis rally, most varieties of omelettes cooked in 10 minutes or knitting the largest blanket (yes, all of these are records!), getting sponsored to take on your challenge is a great way to raise funds for people with autism.

Order our Record Breaker Pack which is packed with ideas and advice on how you can take on the Record Breaker Challenge. You can order yours from our Supporter Care team on 0808 800 1050 or at fundraising@nas.org.uk.

Whether you succeed in breaking the record or not, you can be proud to take part in an amazing challenge to raise vital funds for people with autism. To show our appreciation we will send you our Record Breaker certificate!

Need inspiration?

The Guinness World Records and RecordSetter web pages list world records that have been attempted – why not see if there is one you can break? Or if you have a skill or talent that makes you stand out from the crowd, why not set your own record?

Our record breaker John Fenton


John Fenton is our fantastic supporter who completed an incredible record breaking 5000m shot put, raising over £4,000! Check out John's amazing story

Whatever you decide to do, your challenge can make a massive difference to the lives of those affected by autism.

Please remember that The National Autistic Society does not endorse the above sites and cannot accept liability for any loss, damage or injury which occurs as a result of fundraising for us, so please take care when carrying out your record breaker attempt. We recommend that you carry out a thorough risk assessment to ensure that your fundraising is carried out safely and, where appropriate, that you obtain public liability insurance.