RAISE FUNDS AT SCHOOL

Bring your school community together and help build the best possible future for kids and adults living with cerebral palsy.

Fundraising at school is a fun way to raise money and support people living with a disability. 

You can get as creative as you want with your fundraising - the sky is the limit! Here are a few tried and tested ideas that are great fun to do at school;

  • Casual dress (mufti) day
  • Pyjama day
  • Crazy-hair day
  • Walk-a-thon
  • BBQ, bake sale, or healthy snack stall

If each child contributes a gold coin donation, you'll make a huge difference! 

We're here to support you in your fundraising and can provide you with a range of helpful fundraising resources.

What's Next?

  1. Plan your fundraiser - choose the date you're going to hold your fundraiser and what activity you'd like to do. 

  2. Register your fundraiser - complete the form below and one of our fundraising coaches will get in touch to provide you with everything you need.

  3. Spread the word - tell everyone in your school community, include it in your newsletter or on your school's Facebook page. 

  4. Make a difference - collect donations at your fundraiser and bank them as directed by your fundraising coach to make a difference to people living with a disability! 

The Difference Your Fundraising Makes

Thank you to these schools for their amazing fundraising efforts! 

Swansea Public School

Have raised $1,941 since 2012 through activities like Pyjama Days. 

Pennant Hills High School 

Raised $437 through Student Council led activities like Cake Stalls.

Queenwood School For Girls

Raised $3,360.30 through their month long fitness challenge.

Berkeley Public School

Raised $389.30 through their SRC lef Mufti Day.