High Five
 

Fundraising is a great way to get friends, family, colleagues and neighbours involved, and help increase understanding of autism while raising vital funds to help autistic people.

I decided to fundraise to help others similar to myself, but I wanted a challenge I could set up and manage. I raised £250 by doing a Dry January. It was easy to set up and Karron at the National Autistic Society gave me all the help and advice I needed to successfully complete the challenge. – Graeme, NAS supporter

Fundraising ideas

There's no shortage of ways to fundraise – look below for a list of some of the most popular ideas! Whatever you choose to do, register today and we can give you all the support, advice and materials you need to make the most of your fundraising!

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  • cake sale
  • car boot sale
  • charity ball
  • coffee morning
  • community collection
  • dance-a-thon
  • dress down day
  • family fun day or street party
  • football tournament
  • gaming: stream-a-thon or table top games night
  • golf day
  • gym event: spin-a-thon, rowing challenge, etc
  • silent disco
  • sponsored head shave or hair dye
  • sponsored silence
  • sponsored run, walk, cycle or swim
  • sweepstake
  • quiz
  • wine tasting event.