Donating and fundraising for Assert

Donations to Assert are vital in keeping the charity operational and we are grateful of any donations received. Maintaining services free of charge is more and more challenging and we need your support to ensure services are maintained in the future.

One off Donations

You can make a donation to Assert at any time and there are several ways to do this.

Donate easily to Assert via ‘Give As You Live’

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You can easily use Paypal by using the link below to support Assert

There is also a donate tab on our Facebook page.

You can donate by a cheque, made payable to Assert (B&H)

Or you can also make donations in cash or by bank transfer. Please contact Sarah Bourne on

Fundraising for Assert

You could also choose to support Assert by organising a fundraising activity or event. For example in organising a coffee morning or running a half marathon. You can also raise funds for Assert by donating money made through Ebay.

Want to help us raise more – just by shopping online? Well now you can with Give as you Live! Every time you shop online you could raise FREE donations for us. It takes 2 minutes to sign up to @GiveasyouLive, and they’ll turn a percentage of everything you buy via their site into a donation to us!

When you shop at over 4,000 top stores including Amazon, Expedia and John Lewis via Give as you Live, they’ll turn a percentage of your spend into free funds for our charity! Simply sign up, search for the retailer and start shopping. It’s that simple.

Please support Assert (B&H) when you shop with Amazon 

Always start at and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the net purchase price of eligible purchases to the Assert.

Take on a personal challenge and fundraise for Assert. Are you ready for a marathon, running a coffee morning, doing a sponsored walk or bike ride….there are endless to raise funds for Assert, while having fun and achieving a personal ambition. Go for it!!!

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Sarah ran her first 10k race (well, first race of any kind)! in 2019 to fundraise for Assert and raised over £500 to support autistic adults