We can only do what we do with people just like you.
Volunteers are really what makes the Childhood Cancer Association tick.
People like you help support our events and raise the vital money we need.
So, if you fancy giving us a hand, why not give us a shout?
You can volunteer your time… you can set up an event… assist us at an upcoming fundraiser ... or even help out in the office with a number of tasks!
If you want to get involved, or you’ve got a great idea — 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 everydayhero.com.au (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.
If you’re wondering “how could I help raise money for the Childhood Cancer Association?”, here are some inspiring ideas to get you going!
If you’re in business, take a look at ideas for corporates!
Let’s start with the easy one — who doesn’t love a sausage sizzle? They’re easy to organise and lots of shops and businesses offer a warm welcome, so what’s not to like?
Volunteering to have your head shaved for us is a great way for your family and friends to rally round and get the donations coming in — and think of all the money you’ll save on haircuts! Watch this video.
From cakes to scones, from muffins to meringues, organising a bake sale is a sweet way to bring in the dollars for children with cancer, and their families.
If you’ve not had the chance to dust down that elegant frock or stylish black tie suit recently, perhaps it’s time to organise a gala dinner for your nearest and dearest or your colleagues — all in aid of the Childhood Cancer Association.
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If your children are active in their school music or arts productions, asking the principal or teacher to choose the Childhood Cancer Association as a donation beneficiary doesn't just raise vital funds — it also spreads the word about the work we do.
Be part of our School Fundraising Program.
Whether you’re preparing for your latest running event, you’re ready to pedal across the state, or you’re thinking of motorcycling around Australia, we’d love to hear from you. Choose us as your charity and help us make the difference.
Create an online fundraising page
Test out the brain power of you, your mates and people in your local community — set up a quiz night and make us the answer to your first question — which charity will we be supporting? Watch this video.
If you’re planning a party or a wedding and you’re not sure what to ask people to bring, why not ask for donations to us instead? We can provide collection envelopes for your occasion and provide tax-deductible receipts for your donors. Contact us for more information.
Win $250,000 in cashable gold bullion and help kids with cancer by buying tickets in the Play for Purpose charity lottery. You can also become a Fundraising Champion and invite your friends and family to buy tickets to help support our cause. Find out more.
A donation in memory of a friend or loved one is a wonderful way to remember someone and many people choose to donate to a charity in lieu of flowers at funeral services. We can provide donation envelopes and tax-deductible receipts. Please contact us for more information.
Leaving a gift in your Will is an extraordinary act of generosity and a way to make a real difference beyond your lifetime. It will have a significant impact on the work we do, helping fund our counsellors and allow us to continue the many vital support services we provide to kids with cancer. Find out more.