You Could Take on a Challenge or Start an Event!
See our fundraising ideas below. There is something here for everyone! We make things simple and straight forward so that you can have fun, learn, and meet your fundraising goals along the way!
Call (01)874 4684 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for specific questions about how to help you raise funds!
Here are some popular ideas people usually do to help us!
- Run a Marathon
There are lots of organised races, walks and sporting challenges each year all over Ireland and worldwide to take part in. Challenge yourself and help raise funds for Autism.
- Church Gates
We hold collections in parishes up and down the country most weekends. If you see us in your local church, please support us! If you would like to volunteer, just get in touch.
- Table Quiz
Organise a fun night out for friends and family with a charity Table Quiz. Whether it is at home, in the pub, school, office, we can help get you kick-started and on your way!
- Rose Campaign
During our Rose Campaign volunteers sell roses outside supermarkets, in shopping centres, and on the streets nationwide. Support us if you see our collectors or join in and volunteer!
BY MAKING A DONATION NOW
Every cent helps and donations, no matter what size are all hugely appreciated.
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Need more ideas? Check out our A-Z List of things you can do!
A-Z List of Ideas
You might want to organise a fundraising event of your own based around your own skills and hobbies! Check out our A-Z list for some great ideas for raising funds for Autism. Put the “Fun” in Fundraising!
How are the funds raised going to be used?
Your help, support and generous contributions will help fund:
- Our information service which receives nearly 6,000 queries a year relating to Autism Spectrum Disorder.
- Ongoing talks nationally in secondary schools to increase Autism awareness.
- And will help us to continue to raise Autism awareness and strive to ensure the rights of people with Autism are protected.