Join our community of committed supporters

The One in a Hundred Club is a community of people who share our vision of a brighter future for people with autism and their families.

Members are helping to fund breakthroughs in research that will transform the lives of the one in a hundred people in the UK with autism.

Membership is a minimum annual commitment of £1,000, which can be given as a single donation or as a regular gift of £84 per month. If your work place offers match-funding, you can set up regular giving through your work scheme.

To arrange this, please contact Yasmine Davies on

In return, members receive:

  • Insights into Autistica’s research and campaigns, with updates from a range of perspectives including our CEO, science team and researchers.
  • Invitations to exclusive events, including a group lab visit to see our work first-hand and opportunities to meet world-leading researchers.
  • Guaranteed tickets to the annual sell-out Discover Conference and a private Q&A with your choice of researcher, plus special access to the Discover Lectures.
  • Quarterly updates, including video-diaries and information on talks, articles and podcasts that promote understanding of autism.

As you will appreciate, Autistica has a commitment to building long-term sustainable income to safeguard our vital work, therefore we are also offering members the opportunity to sign up to the One in a Hundred Club for three years and in return for your long-term commitment, in addition to the above exclusive benefits, you will also receive:

  • One free ticket to the annual Discover conference, which you can keep or gift to a friend.
  • An invite to a special reception hosted by our CEO to celebrate your impact.

To become a member for three years we request a gift of £1,000 per annum or to give a regular gift of £84 per month over three years.

If you would like to sign up for more than one year, please email Yasmine Davies at

Thank you. Together we are building longer, healthier, happier lives for everyone affected by autism.