Looking for Inspiration?
The opportunities and ideas for online fundraising are limitless! Put your creativity to the test, swap your birthday gifts for donations, set yourself a fitness challenge or if you’re courageous enough shave off your gorgeous locks. Anything is possible to help support our little champions that are affected by childhood cancer.
Donations instead of Gifts
Are you the person that has everything, why not swap the flowers and chocolates, and ask your friends to donate a dollar amount in lieu of a gift for your birthday, Christmas, anniversary, wedding or other special occasion. Your special event can help support regional families affected by childhood cancer. Creating a fundraising page to share with friends in lieu of gifts is a special way to celebrate.
Host your own event
Get creative and organise your own event. Whether it's a morning tea, golf day, work event or trivia night, your fundraising event will help transform the lives of regional childhood cancer families.
If you need some inspiration just give us a call.
Fitness Challenge Events
Are you taking part in a fitness event? Turn your fitness into fundraising. You can choose any event and create your own fundraising page e.g., Bridge to Brisbane, Tough Mudder, Stadium Stomp or create your own challenge.
A special way to give tribute to a loved one is to raise money in memory. You can share your fundraising page at memorial services or other events to make it easy for your attendees to contribute.
Getting started is super easy!
Follow these 3 simple steps to make a difference
Decide how you would like to fundraise and register your activity.
Share with the world and ask friends, family and colleagues to sponsor you.
Make a difference.
Gillian Hibbard celebrated her 60th Birthday with a fundraising page to support our regional families. Gillian’s family was supported by Childhood Cancer Support over many years when her son was affected by cancer and had many relapses.
" Childhood Cancer Support makes a real difference to the lives of families affected by cancer. I have experienced that support first-hand and did not think twice on using my 60th birthday as an opportunity to raise funds. All my friends made a donation in lieu of their lunch and celebratory bubbles. Not only was it an opportunity to bring our family and friends together, we were also able to commit nearly $3,000 to this great cause.
In these times let’s not forget childhood cancer has a major impact on families and means long stays away from familiar surroundings. I recommend you reach out to the team at Childhood Cancer Support for your next milestone event. They will help guide you through setting up your special day to be the next fundraiser."