If everybody who visited this website gave £10 we could do amazing things.
We have much to do and, as with most charities, can only achieve our aims with the help of our supporters. So I am asking if you will help by making a gift to enable this to happen. An immediate, one-off gift would be wonderful, and would help us pay for one of the items on our wish list below.
Alternatively, you may be able to make an ongoing commitment, and help to transform the lives of people with autism now and in the future. To make either a one-off or regular gift, simply click on links at the bottom of this page or telephone us on 020 3490 3094.
Our programme of cutting-edge research for the next few years has the potential to make a significant and positive difference to the lives of people with autism and their families. Your contribution is vital to making this happen.
Here are some examples of what your donation will help to fund:
£5 will allow us to add one research study to our publications database, helping us to keep thousands of people informed about the latest research on autism.
£10 will allow us to purchase one of those research studies, enabling us to evaluate the effectiveness of more than 100 different autism treatments and therapies.
£25 will provide a half day mentoring session to a young adult with autism, helping them to develop skills to live independently.
£50 will make it possible for a child with autism to participate in a research project designed to make social situations more manageable.
£100 will pay for one post-doctorate researcher for one day.
£500 will pay for one month of maintenance for our internationally acclaimed website.
£1,250 will provide one week of life-changing research on one of our projects.
£1,000,000 (our dream wish!) will fund all of Research Autism’s projects for the next three years.
You can use the justgiving website if you want to make a secure, online donation. Make a donation
You can also use the justgiving website to set up your own fundraising page. It’s the easiest way to get friends, family and colleagues to support your fundraising efforts for us. Set up fundraising page
Last Updated : 13/10/2011 Back to Top