Fundraise for Ireland's Autism Community

We have a vision of an Ireland where every Autistic person is accepted “As They Are” – equal, valued and respected. Our purpose is to advocate for an inclusive society for Autistic people that is accessible, accepting and affirming. We work to support the Autistic community and our families to fully engage in Irish life and to build the capacity of society to facilitate true inclusion.

We need your help now more than ever, you can make a difference! Support Autistic people to have the Same Chance.

Join an organised fundraiser:

A night with the ghosts

Join us on November 10th for a night that captures the deep sense of isolation that many autistic individuals and their families face daily,

Suir Blueway

Gather your friends & family and take on the Suir Blueway to raise funds for Ireland's Autism community. Join us for the 21km walk / cycle or kayak on September 23rd.

Greenway your Way

Complete the greenway however you wish, on bike, on foot, on roller-skates all while raising funds for AsIAm.  

Start anytime

Camino your Way

Looking for a challenge this year. Why not gather your friends or colleagues and complete the 25km walk known as the Boyne Valley Camino. 

Start anytime

Create your own fundraiser for AsIAm

Whether you are an individual, company or school we want to invite everyone to develop their own fundraiser to help raise vital funds for AsIAm.

Contact [email protected] to receive your fundraising package and for any support you may need in creating your event.


Are you running a marathon this year? Why not run for AsIAm to give Autistic people in Ireland the Same Chance?

Take part in support of AsIAm and encourage your family, friends, and colleagues to support you or join in.  Click on these famous events in Ireland to sign up and then contact [email protected] to receive your fundraising pack.

Below are some examples:

A night with the Ghosts

“A Night with the Ghosts” is a one-of-a-kind event where you’ll spend a night on Spike Island, away from the comfort of your family and loved ones. This symbolic journey reflects the lives of many within the autism community, both past and present.

This experience captures the deep sense of isolation that many autistic individuals and their families face in their day-to-day lives, living in the shadows of society.

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