Help us raise awareness of autism in your local community and raise funds for Scottish Autism. From Rotary Groups to Brownies, if you are a group with great links in your area, we would love you to get involved!
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Outlandish Bakers - Recipe Book
The idea for a recipe book was conceived of by the fan group, The Outlandish Bakers, on a baking delivery to one of the Scottish locations featured in the TV show Outlander as a way to raise money for Scottish Autism.
The book includes recipes collected from Outlander fans from all over the world. Featuring 80+ recipes including cast and crew favourites: Banoffee Pie and Peanut Butter Cookies.
Carluke High's S1 Baking Club
The S1 Baking Club at Carluke High hosted a Christmas Coffee Morning for Scottish Autism.
Their delicious hand baked goodies raised a fantastic £91.
Kim's Fairtytale Wedding
Kim kindly placed a collecting can on the bar at her wedding reception and raised a fantastic £63.80 from the generosity of her guests.
The money raised went to the service in South Lanarkshire that supports her Sister, Jodie.
Tartan Day & Night
Donald Anderson really brought together the community of Cardenden when he organised a fantastic Scottish themed day and evening. Packed with traditional Scottish music, hearty stovies, raffles, kilts and of course lots of gid banter! Och aye!
A truly amazing £1000 was raised.
Stewarton Ladies Netball Club
The Stewarton Ladies Netball Club has selected Scottish Autism, along with Ayrshire Hospice and Scottish Disability Sport, to benefit from various fundraising activites over 18 months!
Their first fundraising event was a unique, on-pitch netball tournament 'Play on the Pitch'. Inviting 32 teams from across the UK, the tournament was followed by an evening gala dinner, awards ceremony, raffle and grand auction.
Bandit Riders of Scotland
The group chose Scottish Autism because a member's son had just been diagnosed and a few of the other members have children or close family members with autism.
They bravely decided to do a full body wax at the East Coast Motorcycle show.
They raised over £2,260 - and got some great pictures!
Lanarkshire's Strongest Man
Hostile Fitness brought Lanarkshire's Strongest Man to Wishaw. Ten athletes took part in challenges including a truck pull, farmers walk and carrying the colossal atlas stone!
It was a great day, with 250 people cheering everyone on.
They raised over £2,000 - fantastic!
How your money helps
You can also help us to provide additional resources for our service users e.g. sensory rooms, sensory gardens, social groups, art therapy, cookery classes and specially adapted furniture.
Please contact our fundraising team:
Tel: 01259 720044