At work

Fundraise in your workplace and BE IN IT to provide the best opportunities for people of all ages on the autism spectrum.

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Benefits of employee engagement

It not only promotes an organisation as a socially responsible business, helps make it stand out as a good employer and can have a positive impact on a culture of teamwork.

Workplace Initiatives

Great PR opportunities

Build and maintain a supportive culture

Team building

Why not get a team together and join one of our challenge events

  • Ask your company/employer to dollar match.
  • It’s a great way to maximise your fundraising total and a good Corporate Social Responsibility example for your employer.
  • It is a popular workplace initiate so ask your HR department or Corporate Social Responsibility team if it’s something your workplace has or could implement.

Get Started

Here are some ideas to get you started!

Give something up

e.g. technology, TV, alcohol, coffee - whatever your vice of choice may be.

Organise a morning tea fundraiser

It is a great awareness raiser and opportunity to get together with our colleagues in the office, enjoy a cuppa and take a moment to relax and do something good at the same time.

Bunnings sausage BBQ

Get your team together at Bunnings and cook up a storm.

Dollar for dollar

Ask your boss to match your donation. 

Trivia night

Everyone loves a good quizmaster. Grab a great prize, organise catering, find a good venue and promote it via email and intranet. 

Ride for autism 

Hop on your bike and pedal solo or as a team. Visit www.rideforautism.org.au or call our Fundraising Team on 1800 288 476.

Run for autism

Get a team together and track your KM's during the 8 day period. Visit www.runforautism.org.au or call our Running Buddies on 1800 288 476.

Walk for autism

Get active and try to walk 10,000 steps each day for a week, get sponsorship from friends and family - call Janice on 02 8977 8132 or visit www.walkforautism.org.au 

Autism awareness morning tea

UNSW Global employees organised an Autism awareness morning tea for their teaching colleagues. Members of the organising committee were busy baking a beautiful morning tea, organised a raffle and an amazing $1,113 was raised from this stylish event.