One of the questions most frequently asked of the team at UNICEF Australia is “what can we do?”
And it’s the inspiring actions of our supporters who fundraise that offer up the best answer, motivating us with their fun runs, movie marathons, charity swims, school events and mountain climbs. If you want to feel that you’re making a difference to support children’s rights all around the world, holding your own fundraiser for UNICEF could be the answer.
Whether you’re an individual, family, school, or small or large organisation, you can help raise crucial funds for UNICEF’s life-saving and life-changing programs in more than 190 countries.
You can fundraise in a number of ways:
Take part in one of our upcoming challenge events
For more information on UNICEF's upcoming challenges click here
Organise your own fundraiser
There are just three simple steps to creating your own fundraiser:
1. Decide on a fundraiser
You might already have a fundraising idea in mind – if so, perfect! If not, why not check out our fundraising ideas
2. Complete a proposal to fundraise
Before you get started making your fundraiser a success, we need you to complete and return a proposal to fundraise
with a few details of what you have planned. Once we receive your proposal, we’ll send you a fundraising pack, team UNICEF logo and Authority to Fundraise letter within 5 working days, so your donors can be assured you’re legitimately fundraising for UNICEF Australia.
3. Get started fundraising
Once we have approved your event you can start fundraising straight away. You might find it helpful to set up an online fundraising page to make it easy for your family, friends and colleagues to contribute. Two of our favourites are EverydayHero