Improving quality of life for people with autism

Autism Europe Aisbl

Autism-Europe aisbl is an international association whose main objective is to advance the rights of persons with autism and their families and to help them improve their quality of life.

Autism-Europe plays a key role in raising public awareness, and in influencing the European decision-makers on all issues relating to autism, including the promotion of the rights of people with autism and other disabilities involving complex dependency needs. 


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Run (or walk) to improve quality of life for people with autism in the Brussels Marathon

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Want to get fit, support a good cause and have fun, but don’t have much spare time? Do all three at once by running (or walking) the Brussels Marathon for Autism-Europe !

The Brussels Marathon (42km), half marathon (21km) and mini marathon (4km) will be held on Sunday October 7, 2012.

If you are not a keen runner, participating in the mini-marathon (just 4km) is a great way to enjoy a fun day out, increase your fitness and support the important work of Autism-Europe.

To participate, here’s what you need to do:

1.  Register to run for the Brussels Marathon at:

2. Tell Autism-Europe that you are by completing the form (below) and returning it to by Friday September 14.

3. Set yourself a fundraising target and ask friends, family and colleagues to support you. Download our short guide (below) on how to fundraise for Autism-Europe.

4. Run (or walk) the marathon, half-marathon or mini-marathon in Brussels on October 7.

Who is running the marathon for Autism-Europe:

Magali Vlayen, mini-marathon

Peter Vlayen, mini-marathon

maybe you too?

Join the Autism-Europe team to run for a better quality of life for people with autism!

Thank you for your support! 

Form re: fundraising for Autism-Europe at the Brussels Marathon

PDF (196 Ko)

Short guide re: how to fundraise for Autism-Europe as part of the Brussels Marathon

PDF (317 Ko)

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