Ways to raise funds for AQ

There are so many unique and exicting ways you can fundraise for Autism Queensland (AQ). Whether it’s adding some fundraising to an existing event, creating something new or setting up a bequest, we value your support! 
If you would like to involve your business or school, we have tailored programs for you. 

Host an Event

There are endless ways to fundraise for AQ! Once you’ve got your event idea ready to go, if you have not done so already, please register to fundraise online.

Getting Started


Register your activity. You can fundraise as an individual, create a team, or join an exisiting team. 


Add a photo to your event page and write a blurb about why you are fundraising for AQ. Your supporters will value knowing why you have chosen AQ, and so will we!


Share your page link with your nearest and dearest, and ask for donations. Use our resources to help promote your event!


Make a donation to your event to get the ball rolling. You’ll also see how easy it is for your networks to donate!

Other Ways to Raise Funds for AQ

Donate proceeds from an event

You can choose AQ to be the beneficiary of an existing event or initiative. You can: Donate the proceeds, request donations, organise a raffle, or any other ideas you may have!

Request donations in lieu of gifts

Whether a birthday's coming up, father's day, mother's day, or you're throwing a special event for friends or colleagues, ask for a gift that makes a dfifference. Set up your fundraising page and share it with your nearest and dearest. 

Bequests | Leave a gift in your will

Losing a loved one is painful, many take comfort in keeping the memory of their loved one alive. Dedicating a bequest to Autism Queensland in memory of your loved one is a generous and greatly appreciated way of making a difference.

Got A Question?

If you have an idea but want some support, the fundraising team at AQ can guide you to make great things happen!

Thank you for choosing to fundraise and helping to create a life of participation, opportunity and choice for autistic people. 

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