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Raise money

In these changing times, there are still lots of ways you can support the work we’re doing to create a society that works for autistic people from the safety of your home. Why not join the nation this month in taking on the 2.6 challenge? 

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Everything you need to know

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Team Autism updates

Find out why you should be apart of Team Autism and read updates on our current events in light of the ongoing Covid-19 situation.

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Ways to fundraise from home

Continue to raise awareness about autism and find new ways to support autistic people and their families.
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Run

Lace up the trainers, stretch your muscles, and start running to raise funds for autistic people and their families.
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Cycling

Put the pedal to the metal for autism! There's opportunities across the UK to raise funds for autistic people.
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Trek and walk

Cover great distances and scale high peaks to help autistic people live the life they choose.
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World Autism Awareness Week is back

Find out how you can join us and help transform lives from 30 March to 5 April.

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Go extreme!

Take that energy and enthusiasm and test the limits of your endurance to raise vital funds!
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Do your own thing

There are so many things you can do to raise money in your own time, your own way – here are some ideas.

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Special events

Attend one of our special events and help raise vital funds for the National Autistic Society.


 
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Already have your own place?

Sign up today to take part in exciting events and help us raise money for an incredible cause! 

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Your stories

Take a look at what our past participants have to say about their experience.
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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.

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Christmas card competition

We are now accepting entries for our annual Christmas card competition!

Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 20/04/2020 15:26:39