Our Fundraising Champions

With you by our side, we can do so much more.

We are making progress. The increasing number of families, schools, healthcare workers and employers we work with demonstrates the need for our services, but there is still so much more to be done. With your help, we can help people with different minds to lead happy, healthy and successful lives.


Use the donate button in the top right hand corner to make a contribution via JustGiving! Your support directly funds vital resources, events, and awareness campaigns as we strive to create a more inclusive world for those with different minds. Every donation, big or small, makes a difference.  


Why not organise a charity event to support our work? Whether it's a run, bake sale, or virtual gathering, your hard work helps will have a significant impact. We can provide guidance and resources to make your fundraiser a success.


Spread the word! Speak about our mission, vision, values and impact with your friends, your family, and wider network. Follow us on social media, share our posts, and encourage others to join our cause. Together, we can make a real difference.

Our Fundraising Champions

In May 2022, 11-year-old George, from Coventry, set out with the goal of raising enough money for his school to take part in the Neurodiversity Umbrella Project, to get 25 umbrellas, access to two online training sessions, and educational resources.

He planned to run 26 miles, the distance of a marathon, within the month. But that was just the start! As support grew for George’s efforts, he smashed his targets for distance and fundraising, and decided to continue crowdfunding so that other schools in his area could have an umbrella display.

By the end of 2022, George had raised just under £4000! An amazing achievement, and enough to fund 10 schools to be involved in the project.

He went on to win the ‘Community Project of the Year’ award from England Athletics in the West Midlands, and inspired other ‘Roarsome Runners’ to fundraise for the Neurodiversity Umbrella Project!

This year George and his Roarsome Runners are aiming to raise a total of £10,000 to support more Schools and communities across the UK with the umbrella installations for 2024. You can find out more about George’s efforts by following him on Instagram @roarsomerunnergeorge or by visiting the Roarsome Runners JustGiving page: https://www.justgiving.com/team/roarsomerunners

David Easton – Why I supported the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity

Ran the Brighton Marathon for the ADHD Foundation.

David said:

“I am thrilled to be participating in the Brighton Marathon 2024, a challenging event that will test my endurance and determination. And now that I have simulated running the full marathon knowing I can do it, it will in theory make the day that bit less daunting! But this marathon is about more than just running; it’s an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those affected by ADHD and Neurodiversity.

As someone who has personally witnessed the impact of ADHD and Neurodiversity within my family, I am passionate about raising awareness and supporting the ADHD Foundation. This incredible organisation works tirelessly to provide resources, education, and advocacy for individuals with ADHD and Neurodiversity, helping them thrive in all aspects of life.”


If you want to support David, please visit his JustGiving page.


The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity has been chosen as Condy Lofthouse Architects Charity of the Year 2024!

Their office is taking part in a range of activities, challenges and events throughout the year to raise money in support of the ADHD Foundation.

On the first event, they said:

“The Condy Lofthouse team had a fantastic day yesterday hosting our Charity Golf Day at Caldy Golf Club.
We are very proud to have raised an incredible £19,425 For our Charity of the Year, the ADHD Foundation and would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who attended, donated and kept the spirits high, even in the rain!”

Kelly Spiers – Why I supported the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity

Ran the Manchester Marathon for the ADHD Foundation.

Kelly said:

” I have chosen to run for The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity as it is a charity that is close to home and has helped us over the years. It helps to enable children and adults to thrive and achieve in education, the workplace, enjoy good mental health and become active citizens in their communities. They do this by providing training, counselling, screening and support services through the whole lifespan.”

If you want to support Kelly, please visit her JustGiving page.


Susie Raeburn – Why I supported the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity

Ran the Edinburgh 10k for the ADHD Foundation.

“I wanted to run for the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity as My 7yr old grandson has been diagnosed with ADHD so its something close to me.”

Dylan Reilly – Why I supported the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity

 Ran the Edinburgh 10k for the ADHD Foundation.

“I am currently both pursuing an ADHD diagnosis myself through the NHS and also studying MSc Clinical Health Psychology. As I am fairly certain the cause of my problems with executive dysfunction throughout my life are down to suspected ADHD, I understand the importance of supporting and educating schools, parents and carers in understanding neurodiversity. 

I also have a number of neurodiverse friends who have experienced similar misunderstandings and difficulties throughout their education and life as a whole so this charity is personal to me and I am glad to have found it.”

The Neurodiversity Umbrella Project

The Neurodiversity Umbrella Project is a celebration of the 1 in 5 human beings who 'Think Differently' by virtue of their dyslexia, ADHD, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and autism.

Fundraising and Philanthropy

Read more about how you can contribute to our work, through fundraising, donations, or partnerships.

Events and Webinars

Find out more about our online and in-person events, including Neurodiversity: A New Paradigm and the Neurodiversity Umbrella Project.

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