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In this section you can find out how to get involved with Autism West Midlands, including fundraising activities, volunteering opportunities, membership and events.


World Autism Awareness Week

As part of world autism awareness month we will be holding our own world autism awareness week from 27th March - 2nd April and we want you to help us celebrate! You could take part in one of the events below or organise an event at work, at school or with friends. However you choose to celebrate the support you offer will help us to continue delivering our vital services to people with autism and those who love and care for them. Take a look at our fundraising ideas for inspiration and start planning your day.

Silly Sock Day

Silly sock day is a great way to raise money for Autism West Midlands during world autism awareness week. It’s also really easy to take part!

All you have to do is sign up below and wear your silliest, craziest, wackiest socks to school, work or even wear them at home. When you sign up you will receive a free digital fundraising pack and a poster, which you can print out and put up so that everyone knows when your silly sock day is taking place! You can plan your Silly Sock Day in 4 easy steps:    

1.  Register for silly sock day below and receive your free digital fundraising pack and poster.    

2.  On the day wear your craziest silliest socks and take a donation from everyone taking part.    

3. Take photographs and share them on FB and Twitter #sillysockday

4.  Count up your donation and pay it in to us!


Silly sock day is an easy and fun way to raise money and help us to support people with autism and those who love and care for them during world autism awareness week. 

Other Ways to Get Involved

Fundraising is a great way for people to engage with Autism West Midlands and our work.

Here are a few extra fundraising ideas:

For more ideas or to register your fundraising event contact the Fundraising Team on 0121 450 7582 or fundraising@autismwestmidlands.org.uk