Scottish Autism Superstars
You can make a huge difference!
Here are our superstar supporters who have all made a fantastic effort to raise funds to help us continue reaching and supporting more autistic people and their loved ones in Scotland.
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Andy has taken part in numerous fundraising activities including hosting a Spiceboys show at Malones Irish Bar in Edinburgh and a gruelling five day cycle from Edinburgh to Shannon, Ireland – amazing considering Andy had no cycling experience prior to ten weeks of training before the challenge. We couldn’t be more grateful Andy, thank you!
Event: Various self-organised activities including cycling challenges, a football competition and the Spiceboys show
Raised: £6,186 so far
Susan Rae, together with a couple of friends, put on their kilts and became 'Declan's Divas', to support Scottish Autism. The team were named in honour of Susan's autistic son, Declan. We hope you had a fantastic day ladies and thank you so much for your support!
Event: Dundee Kiltwalk
Raised: Over £300
Iain recently took on this obstacle challenge, to support Scottish Autism. This was a race that's not for the faint-hearted, especially when there's fire involved! Thank you so much Iain - you really are a true superstar.
Event: Spartan Race
After 20 years, Pedal for Scotland held the last organised bike ride and Mariusz was brave enough to put himself through the paces that day! We hope you had a sponsored cycle to remember Mariusz.
Event: Pedal for Scotland
This little lady braved a paraglide off the Hahnenkamm mountain in Austria to raise much-needed funds for Scottish Autism. Setting off at 1,700m above sea level, Rosie followed the route of the most famous downhill ski run in the world! What an amazing and unforgettable experience she must have had. Thank you for being such a superstar for us Rosie!
Event: Paraglide in Kitzbuhel, Austria
The wonderful Gary and Pauline Hurr generously asked their family and friends for donations to Scottish Autism instead of wedding presents. Thank you so much for this amazing support Gary and Pauline and we wish you all the best for your future together!
Event: Wedding donations in lieu of gifts
Gary and Pauline Hurr
John chose to brave a hike up Scotland's highest mountain to in honour his grandson who is autistic and raise funds for us. John said, "The climb was extremely hard, I did it in seven hours up and down. Once down, I felt totally emotional, tired and sore but it was worth it." - We really appreciate the tremendous support John, thank you!
Event: Climbed Ben Nevis
Shaun completed a whopping 12 hour long ultra marathon in Kilmarnock and also won his event. Look at him still smiling at 5am in the morning - what a hero!
Event: K12 Ultra Marathon
Isabella completed the gruelling 26.2 mile course to raise awareness and funds for autism. What a superstar you are Isabella, thank you!
Event: Edinburgh Marathon
Kyle Lumley and family for braving a climb up Tinto, a 2,333 hill in South Lanarkshire. Phenomenal effort team Lumley!
Event: Self-organised climb up Tinto
Sergeant Major Robert Hamilton completed the gruelling 26.2 miles of The Great Stirling Run in 40lbs of army kit. The fantastic amount that Robert raised will be put towards fundraising appeals for our services in the local area. Well done Robert - what a hero!
Event: The Great Stirling Run
Sgt Maj Robert Hamilton
Celia Peat and her Wee County Wellness fitness team in Alloa team tackled obstacles and mud to raise a whopping amount in support for various projects in the local area. What a phenomenal team effort, thank you!
Event: Girls Big Dirty Day Out
Wee County Wellness
This family team took part in some sponsored events during the Great Scottish Run weekend, to vital funds for us and wave the Scottish Autism flag. What an amazing team, thank you!
Event: Great Scottish Run Super Saturday
This wonderful family took on a sponsored trek up the Steeple mountain, near Lochgoilhead, to raise funds and awareness of autism! You are true superstars, thank you!
Event: Climb the Steeple mountain
Natasha completed the 26.2 mile course in an impressive 5 hours and 52 seconds...what an achievement! Thank you Natasha!
Event: Edinburgh Marathon
Ben is a staff member who wanted to show he was tough enough to take on the muddiest of obstacle challanges and raise vital funds for the individuals he supports. You really are a Scottish Autism superstar Ben, thank you!
Event: Tough Mudder Scotland