Run the Ring Grand Total

Run the Ring Grand Total

Dogs for Autism are delighted to announce that the Run the Ring community raised an incredible £89,468.93.

Cheque Presentation for DfA Team

Presented recently at a special cheque presentation evening, this accomplishment is thanks to all of your dedication and support.

The vast majority of the funds has been donated to us to continue our life-changing work. The donation will enable the training of assistance dogs that will provide support for autistic individuals.

Additionally, £2,595 has been donated to the PATT Foundation. This contribution will fund tree planting to offset the carbon emissions produced by the Run the Ring event.

We are endlessly grateful for this community. Thank you, Ringers, for making a difference in so many lives. Your generosity continues to inspire us.

Jumping for Joy with young DfA skydiver!

Jumping for Joy with young DfA skydiver!

There’s no denying that some of our supporters definitely go ‘above and beyond’ for us as a charity!

DfA fundraiser, Jacob Bradley, is raising money for us this Autumn with a sponsored charity skydive.

Jacob, 16, from Poole in Dorset, will soon be jumping 15,000 feet above Salisbury Plain later in October.

With extra fundraising help from his parents, Jacob has even planned to hold a raffle with some amazing prizes including a spa day at a Hilton Hotel, a family of 4 oceanarium ticket, beer vouchers, pizza vouchers, a meal for two at Brasserie Blanc and that’s just to name a few!

Tickets for the raflle have been sold at The Barking Cat, the family’s local pub in Poole, where landlord Mark Ambrose, kindly agreed to have a collection tin just for Jacob’s skydive. The pub has been collecting donations from their customers, and in less than five weeks have gathered more than £150 in cash donations.

Jacob, who one day wants to be a pilot, has always wanted to take part in a jump, so when he learnt of DfA and the work we do, decided that now was the time to raise money for a charity that helped people with autism. We wish Jacob the very best of luck for his skydive on 23rd October!

You can help Jacob reach his fundraising target here: