Fundraising Your Way

Fundraising for ASF

Thank you for your interest in fundraising for the Angelman Syndrome Foundation! The impact you can have through fundraising is vast and will help support programs that have become critical to people living with AS.

Whether organizing a jeans month at the office, hosting a birthday party, running a race, or climbing a mountain – you can create a fundraising page to raise awareness and donations online.

Personalize your page with information about Angelman syndrome, why you want to support the ASF and don’t forget a photo! You can upload a photo of the individual with Angelman syndrome in your life to inspire your potential supporters. 

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Raise funds online with our without an in-person event. Tell your story and share your connection to Angelman syndrome.

Competing in a 5K, half marathon, cycling race or mud run? Let the miles you run, bike or climb have double the impact. 

ASF Walk

Join thousands raising funds and awareness for AS at the ASF’s largest fundraiser, every year in May. Register for the event and fundraise. 

Interested in Fundraising? 

If you are planning or thinking about planning a fundraiser for the ASF, let us know!  We’d love to hear about your plans and help out, if we can. 

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Some Inspiring Fundraisers

The passion and drive of people who fundraise for ASF are what moves us closer to life-changing treatments and an eventual cure for Angelman syndrome! Here are examples of people who use their love for someone with AS to drive them to do great things – and have fun while doing it!  

Over $266,000

Quin’s Hot Cocoa for a Cure
Los Angeles, CA

Over $41,000

Chip Away at AS Golf Tournament
Atlanta, GA

Over $40,000

Labor Day Tractor Cruise
Everest, Kansas

Raised $5,000

Trivia Night
Indianapolis, IN

Girls lacrosse tournament

Over $10,400

Centercourt for Lacrosse Tournament
Mount Olive, IN

Crossfit for Cameron

Over $14,000

24 and 27 Hours of Crossfit for Cameron
Parker, CO

Impact of Fundraising

In 1992, ASF was formed to provide support for the AS community, as well as fund vital research to find better treatments and (ultimately) a cure. And for more than 30 years, we have continued to do that and your fundraising efforts support that very important mission. 

The ASF family support programs provide critical resources that make a difference in the lives of those affected by AS. Families might pursue clinical care at one of the ASF Clinics, receive funding for a communication device or therapy through the ASF Family Fund or consult with a mental health professional to help deal with caregiver stress. Research funded by the ASF has paved the way to clinical trials and therapeutics. 

See the infographic for more information about how donations to the ASF makes a difference.  

Tips for Fundraising

Find information and resources you can use to make your fundraiser a success! 

Quinn’s Cocoa $4 the Cure

Quinn Pruitt’s fundraiser in Los Angeles, CA started as a way to help his twin sister, Emma be included and show people that kindness always wins. Quinn set out on a mission to raise awareness for Angelman syndrome, as she was joining Quinn’s 1st grade class half way through the school year and show people that what makes us different is what makes us special.

Four years later, it has grown into selling cups of real and virtual cocoa for $4 and has raised over $150,000.00! They are targeting to push this total over $200K in 2020!


Interested in starting a Cocoa $4 the Cure in your area?  Contact Kitty Murphy


Stetson’s Chip Away at AS Golf Tournament

Chip Away at Golf

Since 2015, the Ely Family has held a golf fundraiser in Canton, GA in honor of their son, Stetson, Age 5.




Tractor Cruise

Northeast Kansas Tractor Cruise

Since 2012, the annual Tractor Cruise in Everest, KS, began by Keith Olsen, has become a fan favorite among farmers in Kansas and surrounding states. The event is held on Labor Day and tractor owners pay to cruise the area in a tractor parade. 

Trivia Night

Everyone Loves Trivia! 

This is a family fun event, held at a local venue for the purpose of raising funds for the ASF Walk in Indianapolis, IN.

Teams of 8 at a table compete to see who can answer trivia questions on every topic imaginable and win cash. Teams bring their own snacks for their table and the environment is friendly, yet competitive. There is also a silent auction at the event. 

Amanda Moore started the event in 2018 and has raised $5,000! 




Angel Games Lacrosse Tournament

Girls lacrosse tournament

Aileen Musynske, Director of Girls Lacrosse at Mount Olive Centercourt Sports Academy partnered up with sisters, Emily & Kelsey Sensenich for this fundraiser in honor of their sister  – Regan Sensenich. 

Girls from teams participating in the sprint tournament are given the option to fundraise for the ASF.

Event Began In:  2019




Crossfit for Cameron

Crossfit for Cameron

Fitness enthusiast, John Mace of Parker, CO uses his workout regime to raise awareness and honor his son Cameron who has AS.  In 2018 and 2019, John created 24 and 27 one-hour workouts that Crosssfit gyms all over the world would offer as a workout-of-the-day. Those who chose one of John’s workouts were encouraged to donate a dollar or two in exchange. 

John completed all the workouts in one day (yes, it took 24 hours in 2018 and 27 hours in 2019) and was cheered on and supported by friends from his local Crossfit gym.