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Saturday, 1st June – Be Gung-Ho, Chester Race Course

Sunday, 23rd June – Wirral Coastal Walk

Sunday, 30th June – Summer Fun Day, Thornton Hough Village Hall

September – Charity Shop, Wallasey

October – Curry & Comedy, Mayur in  Liverpool

Sunday, 1st December – Christmas Markets, Thornton Hough Village Hall

Thursday, 5th December – Christmas Carol Concert, Inglewood Manor

Interested? Drop us a line here and we will tell you more about them.

Fundraising Pack

For our Fundraising Pack or to discuss any of these ideas, or any suggestions of your own, please contact: fundraising@autismtogether.co.uk

Ways to join in

Firstly, thank you! Your interest in supporting our charity is amazing and hugely appreciated.  We believe that everyone with autism should be loved and cared for. They should be given the opportunity to realise their potential, to feel safe and secure. Everyone should be the best they can be!

Remember that fundraising should be fun and there are many different ways in which you can fundraise for us – so why not get your friends and family involved too?

  • Hold a bake sale – everyone loves cake and we even have a special bake sale pack to get you going, why not add a theme of the colour blue and host it around World Autism Awareness Day (2 April each year).
  • Sponsored events – we run a number of events you can take part in and be sponsored for doing so or come up with something yourself and we will help you out.
  • Do something different – have a non-uniform day, host a quiz night or sit in a bath of baked beans. The more imagination you use the more interest and money you can raise.

We understand that every contribution is as important as any other, whatever you can do, will be sincerely appreciated.

Download our fundraising pack here

Volunteer to fundraise with us

All sorts of people volunteer for many different reasons, but one thing that unites them all is that they find it fun, challenging and rewarding.

It offers you a chance to become involved, meet new and like-minded people and even a small commitment can make a real difference to the lives of people with autism.

Here are some of the reasons why people choose to volunteer:

  • Make a positive difference
  • Make new friends
  • Have fun
  • Use existing skills
  • Give something back

So if you have a fundraising idea or want to join in and help out at an existing event or would just like to know more then contact fundraising@autismtogether.co.uk

Make a Difference – Make a Will

Please consider Autism Together when you decide the time is right for you to write a Will.

We will use your gift with care, sensitivity and respect and cost effectively so that it has the greatest impact in the service we provide.

There are also financial benefits, reducing the total taxable value of your estate and reducing the rate of inheritance tax you pay.

By donating a gift in your will to Autism Together you are helping our work to continue in the future and leaving behind a legacy that will continue for future generations to enjoy.

Help the work live on

For further advice please contact – fundraising@autismtogether.co.uk