100 Heroes Campaign

We are looking for 100 people to pledge to raise £1000 in 2022 for Dogs for Autism.

 

So how can I take part?

 

  • Click the link below to fill in very quick form making your pledge
  • Set up a Just Giving page for Dogs for Autism
  • Start fundraising
  • Receive regular support from us including a fundraising pack full of ideas
  • Become a DfA hero and (if you like) enter the ‘100 Hero Hall of Fame’ on our website

A brilliant charity that has changed our granddaughters life. The difference in her since having her dog has been amazing. Thank you.”

Some of our past heroes have raised money in the weirdest and most wonderful ways, here are some ideas of how you can participate in our 100 Heroes campaign…

  • Fire station charity car wash (group)
  • Three peaks challenge  (Individual)
  • Sponsored karate championship (group)
  • Cub scout events throughout the second half of the year (group)
  • A percentage cut of each mortgage sold (corporate)
  • School mufti-days (non-uniform)
  • School sports challenges
  • Family pledges – car washing, selling home made soap, cake sales, sponsored silence etc
  • Holding a tarantula (completed by our very own Hilary!)
  • Quiz nights, bbq’s, race nights, charity walks (a group of office staff)

    100 Heroes Hall Of Fame

    Eric

    Eric participated in the coast to coast challenge and cycled from the west to east coast to raise £1000 for Dogs for Autism.

    Hilary

    Hilary was only meant to hold the tarantula but pushed herself to truly face her fears and let the spider crawl all over her face! Hilary raised £1000 for Dogs for Autism.

    Grace

    A huge thank you to Grace & Toni who undertook a sponsored cycle on their recumbent bicycles to raise £1000 for Dogs for Autism! Check out Grace’s lovely assistance dog, Makka!

    Piers

    Not only did Piers run 26 miles in the London Marathon but he also raised a huge £6000 for our charity. Thank you Piers!

    Stella

    With her fellow singers, Stella organised and performed a singing soiree. They went on to raise £1250 for Dogs for Autism!