Fundraise at work

NASS does not receive any government funding and relies solely on donations from its members and supporters to carry out our  work for people affected by AS.

We know that many companies support and encourage their employees' fundraising efforts. Here are someways that you and your company can help NASS to keep doing more for people with AS.

Give as you earnA selection of companies that are known to support employee's fundraising efforts

Various companies operate payroll giving programmes, such as Give As You Earn, that make it easy to donate on a regular basis.

 There is a tax advantage to the employee as the donation is withdrawn before you pay tax.

Ask your payroll supervisor or accounts department if your organisation has set up a payroll giving programme.  If they don't have one there is useful information on how to set one up on the Payroll Centre website at

Matched giving

Many companies offer matched funding schemes, matching pound for pound the money you raise through events and activities that you organise such as cake sales and sporting event. Ask your company today to support your fundraising for NASS.

I you would like to organise an event at work and need some materials or help please get in touch with Amardeep. Why not enter a work team into one of next year's NASS challenge events? 

Charity of the Month or Year and Corporate DonationsAssistant Director, Ingrid van der Weide, receiving the generous donation from Westfield Health (June 2009)

Many companies will make a corporate donation to support the causes that affect their employees.

 Working at Height's Managing Director, Ottie Whittle, has been a NASS member for many years and chose NASS as his charity of the year for 2012. Leon Wheeler, through his company, ICC, has donated a laptop for our Christmas Raffle.  

Charity of the Year

Working at Height chooses NASS to be their charity of the year