How do I start fundraising?
Simply complete the registration form
Where does my donation go?
Every dollar raised is gratefully received by Autism Queensland and contributes to a life of participation, opportunity and choice for people on the autism spectrum. Your valued donation assists Autism Queensland to deliver specialised education, therapy, support services and evidence-informed practice across the disability sector.
I am having trouble setting up my fundraising page. How do I get in contact with Autism Queensland?
We want you to have a successful fundraising result and we’re here to help! Please contact the Fundraising team here
Is there a minimum I need to raise?
There is no minimum amount to fundraise for Autism Queensland. Every donation, big & small is greatly appreciated and will be put to good use, helping children and adults on the autism spectrum and their families.
What resources are available for me to use?
We have a number of resources in development that will be available soon. Please contact us to discuss what is available and how we can support you.
How do I get a copy of the logo to use for my fundraiser?
We have a Community Supporter Logo available for you to use. Please contact the team at email@example.com once you have set up your online fundraising page so we can send you our guidelines for use.
I have a cash donation. What do I do?
You can add this in through your login
How do I get a tax deductible receipt?
Donations over $2 are eligible for a tax deductible receipt. After you receive a donation to your fundraising page the donor will be automatically emailed a receipt. If you are a donor and have misplaced this please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your details.
Got A Question?
If you have an idea but aren’t sure how to get started, the fundraising team at Autism Queensland can guide you to make great things happen! Just contact us and our fundraising team will get in touch.
Thank you for choosing to fundraise and helping to create a life of participation, opportunity and choice for people on the autism spectrum.