How it works
Decide on your fundraiser
Come up with your own fundraising idea or use one of ours.
Create an online fundraising page
Create online fundraising and tell your story.
Spread the word
Make your first donation and then ask your network of friends, family and colleagues for support using text, email or social media!
The funds you raise will enable Aspect to provide early intervention therapies, allow children to attend our Aspect schools or ensure adults with autism have opportunities to get involved with their communities.
Online vs Off-line
Setting up an online fundraising page is the easiest way to start fundraising.
Going online is social media-friendly way to fundraise and a great promotion tool. It's easy to provide your supporters with a link to your page via email or text.
For offline fundraising activities, you will need an Authority to Fundraise letter which allows you to fundraise on behalf of Aspect. If you are not creating an online page please contact the Community Fundraising team at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in your Fundraising Proposal here with your planned fundraising activity and return it back to us.
You can also call us on 1800 288 476 (AUTISM).
Our team will contact you to discuss your fundraising idea and give you any help you need. We will provide bank details and steps on how to make a direct deposit to our bank account.
For information about how to plan your event, event checklist, how to deposit money and what resources are available to visit our Tips and tools page.
Shave your beard!
For over a year Jordan grew his enviable beard and started an online fundraising campaign to collect donations as well as throwing an official beard shaving party! His goal was to raise $500 but in the end Jordan raised an amazing $3,464!
Jordan says that autism is close to his heart because of his cousin Keean’s diagnosis at an early age and support from organisations such as Aspect which has meant, Keean has made incredible progress in becoming a healthy, thriving and self-sufficient young man.