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Fundraising

There are many ways that you can help us with fundraising.

Any donation, no matter how small, means a lot to us and all of the people we support.​

  • You can support us immediately by clicking on the donate button. 

  • You can also make a donation to support the charity on our Facebook page by clicking on the donate button there.
    Or you can set up an online fundraiser (you can easily set it up on the page) for your birthday or any other event/reason.

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  • You can use PayPal to donate by going to your PayPal account and selecting the 'Send money' option. 
    Our account is: londonautismgroupcharity@gmail.com

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  • If you shop on Amazon, please consider supporting the London Autism Group Charity at no cost to yourself, by clicking on this link.

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 (you may need to search and select our charity from the list).      Amazon will then donate 0.5% of the net purchase price of eligible purchases to the charity, which would be a big help to all the projects and people we support.

  • You can support the charity when you shop online with over 6,000 retailers for FREE to raise donations by using easyfundraising. This includes supermarkets and even car insurance. It's simple and only takes 2 minutes to sign up! Plus, once you have raised your first £5, they will match it!
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Here are some more ways to help the Autistic community by fundraising for the Charity.

You can raise funds in more traditional ways by doing a sponsored physical challenge such as walking, running, cycling, or swimming.  

There are many other ways to fundraise and to help us support Autistic people, families and carers.  You can be assured that every penny will be put into supporting the London Autistic Community.

 

The Charity also welcomes professionals to help us apply for different Grants and to help forge Commercial Partnerships. 
This extra funding will help us to provide even more vital services to support the different needs of the Autistic Community. 

 

THANK YOU VERY MUCH