The Asperger’s Syndrome Foundation is totally reliant on charitable donations to carry out its vital work providing information, advice and support for individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome, their families and carers.
There are many ways to help, get involved and donate.
The easiest way to make a donation
If you want to make a one off donation, the easiest way to do it is via our Just Giving page, HERE
You may choose to sign in on our Just Giving Page to identify yourself; if you prefer to donate without signing in, please make sure that you send us your email address so we can send you a receipt.If you have already raised money,
Make a single donation by bank transfer or a regular donation
Alternatively, if you would rather transfer your donation directly to our bank account or set up a regular gift, please write to us at: email@example.com
We will send send you our bank account details.
It might be a bit old fashioned but if you would rather send us a cheque in the post, please make the cheque, payable to ‘Asperger’s Syndrome Foundation’ and send it to:
The Asperger’s Syndrome Foundation
c/o Littlestone Golding
Please make sure that you include your name, details of how you raised the money or if it’s a gift so that we can acknowledge it and send you a receipt.
If you raise money for us
If you choose to raise money to support us there are a number of ways to send us the money you raise. If you have already raised money you can sign in on our Just Giving page HERE.
Personal Just Giving page
If you’re raising money through a sponsored event, why not set up a personal Just Giving page so that your sponsors can make their donations online? It’s really easy to set up and it will only take you a few minutes.
The benefits include:
- A personalised sponsorship page with a running total of how much you’ve raised
- A unique web address to send to family, friends and supporters which is easy to update
- Your supporters and friends can donate via credit or debit card
- It’s simple and you won’t have the hassle of collecting and counting lots of donations.