You can organise an event… you can set up workplace giving… you can work with us to create promotions… you can make a one-off donation or become a regular corporate giver… you can build us into your corporate social responsibility program… you can ask your employees to adopt us as their charity of choice.
If you want your business to get involved, or you’d like to find out more about our Helping Hands — we’d love to hear from you.
Read our Fundraising Toolkit. Decide what type of fundraising activity you would like to organise, pick a name and start listing what is required to host your activity.
Complete the Fundraising Application Form to let us know about your event. Upon approval of your fundraising activity, we will send you an Authority to Fundraise letter to confirm that we have received your details and allow you to go ahead.
Create your online fundraising page at grassrootz.com or on Facebook (if applicable) and get ready to fundraise!
Within 14 days of finishing your fundraising, send funds raised.
Don’t forget to thank your supporters. Send them a photo, give them a shout out on social media or send them a letter with your fundraising result.
There are plenty of ways for your business — or your employees — to fundraise for the Childhood Cancer Association. Here are some ideas that will help you and your team to think of how you could help.
If you’re looking for inspiration for you and your friends, take a look at some more ideas here!
Host a donation tin or display a QR code on your counter and encourage your customers to donate directly to us to support kids with cancer. Contact us to arrange a delivery.
A good old fashioned bake sale is a guaranteed crowd favourite. Ask friends and colleagues to get baking to raise money for kids with cancer - you might like to theme your bake-off around a special occasion, like Easter, Christmas, or even Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September.
Testing the knowledge of your colleagues and business associates is always a fun way to socialise — and it’s also a great choice if you're thinking of raising money for us. Watch this video.
Whether it’s a bike ride, a fun run, a golf day, or whatever you’re into, if you're thinking about creating a charity event that your team and network can participate in, we’d be pleased to hear from you. Choose us as your charity and help us make the difference. Create an online fundraising page.
Give your customers an extra reason to buy your products or services by making a donation for each sale you make across a promotional period. We can help you identify how to get the most out of a campaign — contact us for more information.
From small scale lunches to the grandest of dinners, gala events ensure you and your colleagues are having fun and networking — all while raising money for an amazing cause. We’ve lots of experience in advising businesses on what works, so contact us if you’re looking for insights.
Donate your product or service to the Childhood Cancer Association, so that we can use it as an auction or raffle item at an upcoming event. We rely on donations just like this to help us raise vital funds.
If you’re planning a corporate celebration or networking event and would like to ask for donations from colleagues and business associates. We can provide collection envelopes for your occasion and provide tax-deductible receipts for your donors. Contact us for more information.
Ask your sporting team or fitness group to wear our gold shoelaces as a show of support to children who will be diagnosed with cancer. Gold is the international colour for raising awareness of childhood cancer. Buy shoelaces online.
Workplace Giving is a voluntary program in which you, as an employee, can pledge to make regular donations to the Childhood Cancer Association - this could be as little as $5 per week. As the donation is made before tax is calculated, you'll receive an immediate tax deduction. Contact us to find out more.
Kids helping kids. Fundraising through schools gives students the opportunity to have a direct impact on the lives of local children who, unlike themselves, are currently not well enough to attend school. Find out more.