Click here to raise funds for Child Autism UK while you shop on-line – at NO COST to you.

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You can now help Child Autism UK (formerly known as ‘Peach’) – just by shopping. Shop with your favourite stores, including big names such as Amazon, eBay, Tesco, John Lewis, Sainsburys, Just Eat and thetrainline, to name but a few of the over 4,000 leading online stores involved in the scheme. They’ll donate to us – all without charging you a penny more.

All you need to do to help is to install Give as you Live on each device that you use to shop online, be it phone, laptop or tablet and choose Child Autism UK as your nominated charity.

Find out how, and start raising funds now for: Child Autism UK!

Office Supplies

If you are involved in a business that purchases office supplies why not consider purchasing them online using the Give as you Live app and choosing Child Autism UK as your supported charity and play an even bigger part in helping children with autism and their parents throughout the UK.

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Store Cards

Another way to help that involves a favourite pastime of so many of us (shopping!) is Cards for Causes. Give As You Live members can now purchase store cards via Cards for Causes and every time they purchase or top one up Child Autism UK gets up to 6% of the value as a donation to our work, without it costing the purchaser a penny more!

Do get involved, as all these fundraising methods translate into real, practical help for children with autism and their families and you can be an important part of that!

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Unwanted Gift Cards

Don’t ‘squirrel away’ unwanted gift cards – exchange them for one you really want and do some good for Child Autism UK at the same time!
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Give A Gift allows you to swap your unwanted gift card and decide how much of its value you would like to donate to Child Autism UK to support our vital work with children with autism and their families.

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