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Whatever your game of choice, whether it’s on a console, PC, phone, or good old board game, you can put your gaming skills to great use to raise money to help some of the 700,000 adults and children on the autism spectrum.

Download our step-by-step instructions for putting on your gaming event, and make sure you read our tips on staying safe online.


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Staying safe online 

Now you’ve read how to get started with your gaming fundraiser, you’re ready to go! Set up your fundraising page on JustGiving and you can start promoting it.

Our gaming champions

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Barrington, autistic man and board game designer

Barrington put his gaming skills to great use by raising money for the National Autistic Society, to help create a society that works for autistic people.

He tells us about hosting an online game stream-a-thon as a successful fundraising event, how online gaming can help reduce social isolation for autistic people and adapting his fundraiser during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Got questions or want to tell us about your fundraiser?

If you would like any further support with planning your activity, or have any questions, you can email