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!
Sign up for a fundraising pack today and we'll send you everything you need to organise a fun-filled fundraiser!
Looking for ideas?
Gather your nearest and dearest for a tasty fundraiser- we have launched our fantastic Afternoon Tea packs to help you raise money for Scottish Autism within your local community.
Available to download online, the packs include resources such as invites and bunting, as well as other goodies to help make your event extra special.
Dunfermline Tartan Army
For the past couple of years, the Dunfermline Tartan Army have given generous donations of support to our Blue Central service in Fife. The group have often invited the individuals supported at the service along to attend and was a great way to kick off the festive season. A huge thank you to the group for their continued support!
Caledonian Taekwondo Health and Fitness members held a fun day for family and friends of the club. The event was a big hit and included some delicious home baked goodies and a raffle.
A huge thank you to everyone that supported this fantastic event, raising over £510!
Scott Linton's Fun Day
Supporter Scott Linton organised a fundraising fun day at Beancross and Newlands Community Hall in Grangemouth. A huge thank you to Scott and everyone who attended the event which raised £440 for our services in the Forth Valley area.
Kate Lester’s Afternoon Tea
Together with the Duns Autism Support Group, an amazing £3,300 was raised for us when Kate hosted a recent Afternoon Tea and Auction. Many local businesses donated auction prizes and helped make sure the afternoon was a huge success.
The sell-out event had fantastic support from the local community, including some individuals who provided entertainment.
Kate’s daughter, Amy, who is supported in one of our services in Dalkeith, was there to entertain the attendees by singing a couple of songs. It was a wonderful afternoon.
Robert McCallum Kickboxing
Through their Stand Up Stand Out event, Robert McCallum Kickboxing raised a fantastic total of £2,000 for us when they held a kickboxing competition. Competitors took to the ring with friends and family in the audience to cheer them on. The event also included a burlesque show – cheeky! It was a great night out for all involved.
Over the last couple of years, The Jollyboys have shown their support for Scottish Autism with numerous fundraising activities including rock concerts, raffles, party nights and even a wonderful charity Christmas single!
This extended support is deeply appreciated.
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
Outlandish Bakers - Recipe BookThe idea for a recipe book was conceived 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.
Purchase a copy of this delicious e-book.