So what takes your fancy? Are you an adrenaline junkie or prefer life at a gentler pace? At Autism Anglia we can help you find your perfect challenge.


We don't have places in the London Marathon unfortunately but why not try...

The Colchester Half Marathon The Norwich Half Marathon The Cambridge Half Marathon GEAR 10k (Kings Lynn)

If you would like to take part in a certain race not listed here you can search from thousands of races at Run For Charity - Charities - take a look or contact the events team on 01206 577678 or email us and we'll see what we can do! 


We can help you find your perfect challenge. From the South Coast to Snowdon, The Inca Trail or even Mt. Everest simply contact the events team on 01206 577678 or email us and we'll find the perfect challenge for you. 

UK Challenges  Overseas Challenges 2024   Overseas Challenges 2025               


Why not enter the ballot for the RideLondon event - or check out UK Cycling Events to find something closer to home.

Obstacle Races

From our own Muddy Fun events to the Gauntlet Games in London, Brighton or Cardiff, Bear Grylls Survivor Races, Tough Mudders or the Spartan Challenges these are the ultimate test of strength and endurance.  Contact the events team on 01206 577678 or email us and we'll find the perfect challenge for you.


We are partnered with UK Parachuting in Beccles to offer you a chance to take part in a charity tandem skydive. Raise £315 and your jump is free - make sure you chose to jump for Autism Anglia!  Book Now 

As a not for profit charity, all donations to Autism Anglia help us to provide services, information and advice to the autistic community.  Services such as our Diagnostic Centre and Training team have all been established through donations and fundraising and they also allow us to put on Conferences and information events, attend community events to raise awareness, and provide information and advice through our website.

Donations can also be ringfenced for certain projects, such as a new play area at Doucecroft School – or a Sensory Suite at our Opportunities Centre (see appeals page on our website for current projects which help to enhance the lives of the people we directly support through our School and Adult services.

We know that there is still so much that needs to be done to give autistic people a voice and support them when they need us. Only through fundraising and ensuring we remain a robust charity will we be able develop new services and initiatives and increase accessibility for all.

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