Getting involved is as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4!
Getting involved in Run for autism is the perfect way to help us get closer to our goal of a world where no-one on the autism spectrum is left behind. This is a movement made up of many actions and many people.
You can take part on your own, or in a team. Whatever you choose, we can’t wait to welcome you to the Run for autism community!
Decide how you are going to take part. As an Individual? Join a Team? Become a Team Leader?
Register and set your KM goal. Personalise your page with your photo and story.
Share your challenge and raise much needed funds to support people on the autism spectrum.
Run with us on 30 October - 6 November
Getting started as an Individual
Taking on the Run for autism solo? Great work – we know you can do it! Follow these simple steps:
- Register as an individual
- Set your KM goal and don't forget to make the first donation to yourself. It shows how passionate you are about the cause.
- Personalise your fundraising page (with a photo and your story) and you will be on your way.
- Share your fundraising page link to your network of supporters via email, text and social media and ask everyone you know make a donation to support your efforts!
Getting started as a Team Member
- Simply register as an individual
- Accept a team invite or find your team on our website using 'Find a friend'. Once you have found them - click join the team.
- Personalise your fundraising page by adding a photo and your story and then make a donation to yourself. It shows you are behind the cause and encourages others to donate to you.
- Share your fundraising page URL on social media, via text or email and encourage your team mates to do the same.
- Run together to smash your fundraising and kilometre goals!
Getting started as a Team Leader
Being a Team Leader is an important and rewarding role.
- Log into your fundraising page and Click on ‘Create a Team’ and add your team name.
- Decide how you want people to join your team (ticking yes will add a join button on your team page allowing anyone to join your team).
- Personalise your team fundraising page with a photo and story of why you are taking part.
- Invite your family, friends and workmates to join your team.
Once you are set-up, it’s time to pass on your passion and motivate your team mates to raise funds from their networks, so they not only smash their personal fundraising goal, but make sure you smash your team fundraising goal.
Get everyone up, out and running together. Set your team mates running challenges so they are trained up, fit and ready to run as many kilometres as they can to help reach your goals.
Above all, remember to have fun and cheer your team on – every dollar raised and every step you take will get us closer to a better, fairer world for people on the autism spectrum.