You don’t have to challenge your body and mind in order to raise money for Research Autism. You can actually indulge yourself and have fun at the same time.
Some of our supporters raise money for us by organising beauty evenings, fashion shows, dinners and concerts.
If you are organising an indulgence event and you wish to raise money for us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
Frantic bidding for the Loubies towards the end with 18 bids in total.
Sold for £245, to a lucky lass in Berkshire, on 9 May 2013!
Following the success of our second gala dinner in 2011 we are delighted to announce that we will be holding our third Cabaret in the City dinner on 11th October 2012 at Clothworkers Hall, London, EC3.
The evening will feature top class entertainment and gourmet food, as well as the unique opportunity to view artwork by artists with autism during the champagne reception. If you would like to help the many thousands of people with autism whilst enjoying a wonderful evening, please do get in touch.
Emma Lloyd, of A and E Style Consultants, hosted an evening of style tips, colour consultation and beauty auction prizes for 20+ women at her home in Suffolk.
Element Gifts donated some beautiful beauty products for the auction and raffle, and the event raised £1,500 for Research Autism. The evening was featured in the events pages of the monthly glossy “SUFFOLK” magazine! More about A and E Style Consultants
Research Autism’s first benefit concert, RedAid, took place at Turnmills in Farringdon, London.
It was organised by Redleaf Communications to complement their fundraising efforts at the Edinburgh Marathon. It involved a constellation of musical talent, all pledged to raising awareness and funds for Research Autism.
More information about the Red Aid Concert
Research Autism supporters gathered in spectacular surroundings at the top of the BT Tower for a charity dinner and auction, organized by Redleaf Communications.
With stunning views of London laid out before them, guests were entertained by top soprano, Ailish Tynan, and participated with much appreciated gusto in a charity auction expertly conducted by Nick Bonham of Bonham Auctioneers.
The evening raised a very impressive £54,000 which will go directly into research to help improve the quality of life for those with autism and their families.
We are extremely grateful to BT for allowing us access to this exclusive venue, to the donors of our amazing auction items, to Bladenmore for beautifully printed programmes and of course to all those who bought tickets, bid so generously during the auction and contributed in other ways.
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