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Fundraising for Autism Initiatives is so important to us
and we're here to help you every step of the way
Fundraise your way!
You can take part in Walk for Autism, Cycle for Autism or you can create a fundraising page for your own event, You could also consider a gift in your will or maybe sign up for the Weekly Autism Lottery!
Walk for Autism
Walk for Autism is our annual fundraising challenge to walk 10,000 steps every day from 26 March to 2 April.
Registrations are open so you can join 1,000s of wonderful walkers who will be stepping out to increase autism acceptance and understanding!
Cycle for Autism
Cycle for Autism is a fundraising challenge to cycle 10km, 80km or set your own distance in the Cycle for Autism challenge week 7 July to 14 July.
Our aim is to create a wonderful community of super cyclists who are passionate about autism and believe that they can make a difference.
Create a fundraising page
We will send you a 'Fundraising Pack' and also an Autism Initiatives T-shirt when your page hits £20!
Leave a gift
Gifts from wills can make a huge difference to our work.
Leaving a gift in your will is a powerful way to create a lasting legacy that will help secure the future of the work that we do.
You will have peace of mind that your affairs are in order while supporting the work of Autism Initiatives Group.
Thank you Lloyds Bank
Alex's amazing staff team raised £14,595 by climbing Scafell Pike
Could your place of work choose Autism Initiatives as their 'charity of the year?'