Supporting children with ASD – How can Tree of Hope help?
Though we cannot provide grants for children with autism, we provide an effective fundraising platform for families who wish to raise funds for interventions, therapies and services that are not ordinarily provided for by the UK health service for their children diagnosed with autism or Asperger syndrome. Our crowd-sourcing platform allows you to gain the much-needed support you would not have access to otherwise. If you’d like for Tree of Hope to support your fundraising efforts for your child with Autism or Aspergers, here’s how to get started:
- Contact Us – Fill out the contact form on this page and we’ll give you a call back to chat things through.
- Get Set Up – We’ll need you to complete a super quick application form online after our phone call, which we will email right away. We do not means-test, it’s simply clarifying your aims and objectives with us going forward.
- Set Up your Fundraising Page – Once you hit ‘send’ at the bottom of the form, we’ll send you a unique link so you can set up your Just Giving Page! Once this is complete, it will be transferred on to our website and you will be ready to start fundraising!
- Get to Know Us So We Can Help You – Whether you’ll be raising funds for therapies, programmes or equipment to help your child with Autism or Aspergers, we’ll be here every step of the way to make sure your campaign is a success. As part of our Family Support Service it’s really useful that we get to know you and understand your child’s needs. Meeting us can also be helpful for your campaign and fundraising activities, making sure you make the most of being with Tree of Hope and all the additional benefits it can bring! We’ll arrange a meeting either as part of a group, face-to-face or over Skype, where possible, so we can meet you, your child anyone else in the family who wishes to join us!
Contact us to get started!
PLEASE NOTE: We can only support fundraising for medical treatments that are recognised by a medical governing body or, if experimental, are part of a registered clinical trial.
You can find out more about autism here.