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“You make a living by what you get; 

you make a life by what you give”

-Winston Churchill

TSS Facilities

Nicky Collings recommended mASCot to TSS as the organisation to jointly benefit from the TSS fundraising golf tournament. 

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Rottingdean Fair

Zoe Thaxter-Noble kindly recommended us to Rottingdean Fair committee, who chose us as the organisation to benefit from their summer fair.


Stoneham Pub

Sonya Hilton linked us up to The Stoneham Pub to help mASCot share information on autism by  hosting a summer party with many info stalls.


Perdita Longhorn

Perdita is one of our long standing mASCot member. She wanted to do the 3 Peak Challenge, which she did, kindly raising well needed funds for us.

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Coming Home to Autism

Tara & mASCot held an autism information event at the Grand Hotel to bring families together and all takings going went mASCot

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Duck Fayre

Laura and Karen made and sold lots of wonderful cake for their stall at the Patcham Duck Fayre to raise funds for mASCot.


Christa Wilson

Christa kindly contacted us, out of the blue, to say she wanted support us and that she had raised some money for mASCot 

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Ian Marrs

Ian is a mASCot member and kindly wanted to raise money for mASCot by doing a 10k run and lucky for us he managed to do it before Lockdown.



Alex wanted to run for mASCot but it was cancelled twice due to weather and then Covid, but finally he achieved his goal and raise money for us.



Bungard asked the community to vote online for who they wanted to be their Charity of the Year and the majority voted for mASCot

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Dave Gill

Dave put mASCot forward as the organisation to donate his works fundraiser to.

The co-op regularly raise money for local charities.



The Motorbike action group had their annual MAGFEST. It was a fun packed weekend and all money from the raffle was donated to mASCot.

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