ContentPage_HelpUsRaiseMoneyPractical ways to help us

You don’t have to donate money to be one of our supporters.

We’re always looking for ways to bring our work into public view through fundraising. Your time, your energy, and your creativity really is just as as important to us. Here are some of the other ways you can help Stroud Court.


Organise a fundraiser or sponsored event

Coffee morning or sponsored bike ride? Pub quiz or bingo night? There are lots of ways you can help raise money for Stroud Court and raise the profile of the work we do. You choose the event and we’ll give you advice, moral support, and plenty of printed materials to help it go well.

If you are undertaking a sponsored challenge, you might find it helpful to set up a fundraising page on Just Giving. This way you can tell people about your event, keep them updated on your progress via social media, and make it easy for them to sponsor you. Just Giving also lets your friends and family make Gift Aid-eligible donations, which means Stroud Court can claim an extra 25p for every £1 donated.


Donate something for our next raffle

You may have seen Stroud Court represented at a local fair or community event. We often hold raffles and if you have something you’d like to donate — an item or even a service — please do get in touch.


Bring the subject of autism to your workplace or organisation

Lack of awareness about autism in adults is often the biggest obstacle to broader support. If you and your colleagues would like to know more about the work we do, we’d be happy to come in and give you a talk.


Introduce us to an individual or group you think might help us

If you know someone who might be interested in the work that Stroud Court does and has the ability to support us at a fairly significant level — like the trustee of a charitable trust or an executive of a large company — please introduce us.


For fundraising ideas or to donate an item, arrange a talk, or introduce us to a potential supporter, please contact our head of fundraising, Helen Kay, on 01453 834020 or email her at