A group of adults and children on a Spectrum Colour Walk
A group of adults and children on a Spectrum Colour Walk

Get fundraising this World Autism Acceptance Week and take part in a Spectrum Colour Walk on Saturday 6 April. We are coming to London, Leeds and Birmingham this year and hope to see you there! 

Complete a 5km sponsored walk in one of our locations, receive a medal and support autistic people and their families. Suitable for all ages and abilities, our walks take place in a calm, inclusive green space. Come on your own or bring a team, raise money and have a colourful day out. 

Together we can make every step count to create a society that works for autistic people and every penny raised by you this World Autism Acceptance Week enables us to do this.

Saturday 6 April 2024 at 2pm
5km around a calm green space
Battersea Park London, Dartmouth Park Birmingham, Temple Newsam Leeds
Adult £15 child £10 and free for under 18 months old
Meet Quinn and her friends who did last year's Spectrum Colour Walk with their mums in Battersea Park:

What you get for taking part

Spectrum Colour Walks fundraising pack

In the fundraising pack you will find your event details, routes, FAQs and a sponsorship form.

Online fundraising page

You'll get your very own fundraising page created automatically for you.

Your free no-tie Kicks Shoelaces

After you register, you'll receive a pair of free no-tie shoelaces with your T-shirt delivery to enjoy on your walk. Kindly provided by our partner, Kicks Shoelaces.

Your certificate

Receive your certificate when you finish your walk on the day with us.

Your medal

To celebrate completion of your 5km Spectrum Colour Walk, you will receive a medal.

Your T-shirt

All participants receive their very own Spectrum T-shirt. Just select your T-shirt size/s during registration. Delivery takes up to ten working days during peak times.

Support and community

Event support

Regular emails inspiring you with ways to smash your fundraising targets. Our Supporter Care team are here to support you: please contact fundraising@nas.org.uk

Walk for better education, shorter diagnosis waiting times, better opportunities, more autism acceptance

Spectrum Colour Walk leaderboard