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Fundraising

Fundraising provides you with a great way to help children who live in poverty by collectively making a donation with impact.

Ways to get involved

Team ChildFund

Team ChildFund

Fancy a physical challenge for charity? There are loads of activities you can do, from fun-runs to tough mudder where you can participate and raise funds for Team ChildFund!

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Celebrate with us

Celebrate with us

If you have a birthday, or special event, coming up you can use it to raise money with friends and family along the way. Not only will you experience a true sense of satisfaction, but you will also educate your family, friends and colleagues about the extreme poverty that kills over 22,000 children under five, every day.

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Host a Trivia Event

Host a Trivia Event

ChildFund’s Big Ask is Australia’s biggest trivia challenge. You can host a trivia event at home, work, school or your local pub or club and raise money to help educate children living in some of the world’s poorest communities.

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ChildFund in Schools

ChildFund in Schools

Your school can get involved by raising funds for projects that help children who live in poverty. You’ll be supporting a specific project which means you can teach everyone at your school about how their donation will make a difference.

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Frequently asked questions

It can be more expensive to send goods overseas than it is to buy them in country and, with often unreliable postal services in the countries where we work, it is more efficient and safe to send monetary donations to assist those in need. It is also important to support small businesses in the aftermath of any emergency, so buying goods in-country can be an important part of the recovery process for local communities.

Donations are tax deductible when a donor receives nothing in return for their donation. For example, donations made online, gift registry donations or company matched donations. Donations are not tax deductible when a donor receives something or the chance to win something. For example, donations for morning tea, purchases of raffle tickets or event tickets for a show

We would love you to include the ChildFund Australia logo on any promotional materials for your event. Please remember, all materials must be approved by ChildFund Australia prior to print and distribution. Get in touch with our communications staff to see how they can help you promote your fundraising event.

We encourage you to talk to your local media regarding your fundraising as they may feature a story about you in their paper/program. You can also contact our communications team to discuss this further.

Unfortunately, ChildFund Australia only has insurance for employees and cannot provide insurance for any venue or council. You will have to speak to the venue or council about the insurance required and where to purchase it.