How to start a Facebook fundraiser for Autism Speaks

Help support the autism community. Together, we can make a difference. 

June 10, 2019

At Autism Speaks, we’re dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of people with autism and their families.

Whether that’s through advocacy, research, individualized resources or simply making connections to local supports, one thing is certain: it starts with a community committed to making an impact.

Using the power of Facebook, you can make a real difference for people with autism, and here are three easy steps to make it happen.

Start a Facebook fundraiser for Autism Speaks in 3 easy steps!

1. Set your fundraising goal - don't be afraid to set an ambitious goal

Facebook Fundraiser Step 1 goal

2. Tell your story - share why you are supporting Autism Speaks

Facebook Fundraiser Step 2

3. Choose a cover photo then click or tap "create" - upload a cover photo that ties in with your story

Facebook Fundraiser Step 3

You're all done! Now share your fundraiser with your family and friends! Start your fundraiser today!

Facebook fundraiser

Thank you for supporting the cause! The funds you raise help promote solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families through advocacy and support; increasing understanding and acceptance of people with autism spectrum disorder; and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions.

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