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There are many ways you can help us fundraise!!! 

Below are just some simple suggestions:

PayPal Giving Fund

If you have a PayPal account you can make a donation through the PayPal Giving Fund

All you need to do is click on our PayPal Giving Fund link, select your donation amount and log into your PayPal account.

You will also have the opportunity to select us as your favourite charity, which will allow you to easily support us when checking out with PayPal at other online stores such as Ebay. 

100% of proceeds will go directly to our charity!

Fundraise on Facebook


If you are on Facebook, creating a fundraiser event for ACNRF Australia is very easy.

    1. Tap in the top right of Facebook.
    2. Tap Fundraisers.
    3. Tap Raise Money.
    4. Tap Nonprofit.
    5. Select our charity “Angelina Cask Neurological Research Foundation – ACNRF Australia”
    6. Enter: The goal amount you want to raise and you are all set to start fundraising!

Host your own fundraiser!

Hosting your own fundraiser can be a rewarding and impactful way to make a difference. You don’t need to plan an extravagant event; even simple fundraisers can have a big impact.

Consider organising a bake sale in your community, where you can sell homemade treats. Another idea is to host a garage sale and donate a portion of the earnings to ACNRF or a BINGO night. You could get your local school involved and they could hold a Mufti Day for a dollar coin per child.

The possibilities are endless, and the key is to tap into your creativity and passion for a meaningful cause. Remember, every little bit helps, and your efforts can make a positive change in the lives of those with CASK.

So, go ahead and take the initiative to host your own simple fundraiser and make a difference in our CASK Community and beyond. Please contact us so we can assist you and also arrange the secure transfer of any donated funds.

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ACNRF Australia are already linked to the following Workplace Giving Funds:

“In some ways, that CASK-linked pathology is degenerative in nature provides a positive outlook. Because microcephaly in CASK-linked pathology progresses postnatally, there may be a temporal window when therapeutic intervention might prevent or slow further brain cell loss. Regression, even in adolescence, has also been observed in some cases of MICPCH [119], again offering the tantalizing possibility that a therapeutic approach might prevent such decline under conditions when degeneration is known to progressThe potential benefits of intervention might extend even further given that non-cell-autonomous toxicity could also affect functioning of the remaining neurons; reduction of such toxicity, especially when coupled with high-intensity rehabilitative measures [120], might offer real hope for a positive impact on functional outcomes.”