If you want to help make a difference to support children's rights, 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 programs in more than 190 countries.
You can fundraise in a number of ways:
Do you want to take on an adventure like no other? Maybe you have dreamt about taking on Peru's historic Machu Picchu or conquering Mount Kilimanjaro, the world's highest freestanding mountain. Well now is your chance to challenge yourself and raise vital funds to support some of the world's most vulnerable children.
UNICEF Australia partners with Inspired Adventures
to offer a range of hikes/treks/cycles to some of world's most iconic destinations. On these trips you get to experience new surroundings, learn more about different cultures, sample local cuisine and make new friends with other dedicated UNICEF supporters.
Best of all, with every climb, step or pedal you’ll help UNICEF provide education facilities, health support, clean water and vaccinations to the children who need it the most.
Get more info on upcoming challenges
Want to know what it's like to take on one of our challengers? Watch UNICEF supporter Bek, take on the journey of a lifetime to Kilimanjaro in 2014.
Start planning your adventure today
If you are an individual, family, community group or small or large organisation, just follow these three simple steps:
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.
Download your proposal to fundraise here
If you are a school and plan to hold a fundraiser in your grounds then you do not need to get permission from UNICEF to fundraise. Schools have different fundraising regulations to other individuals or community groups. So please go ahead with your event. For more information contact email@example.com
Once we receive your proposal, we’ll send you a fundraising pack, team UNICEF logo, a poster and an 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 fundraiser 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
You can make a huge difference to children’s lives by asking your loved ones to make a donation to UNICEF instead of buying you a gift for your birthday, wedding, or any other special occasion.
Whatever the occasion, setting up an online fundraising page at Everyday Hero is fast and easy to do! All you need to do is to decide on an occasion and follow the below steps:
Donate in lieu of birthday gifts
Ask your friends and family to make a donation in lieu of your usual birthday gift, Get started today by creating and personalising your own online fundraising page, then share it with your friends and family through email and social media.
Get started today
Donate in lieu of wedding gifts
Upcoming wedding? Why not make it even more special by asking your guests to donate to UNICEF instead of the usual wedding gifts. Create your own online fundraising page, and then share your unique link with your guests.
Start fundraising today
Donate in lieu of any other occasion
Whichever special occasion you can think of you can help support UNICEF's work for children. Whether it's a baby shower, anniversary or christening your generosity will help UNICEF save children’s lives across the world. Get started by creating your online fundraising page.
Create your online fundraising page today
Choosing to donate in lieu of gifts will help raise vital funds to support the world's most vulnerable children ensuring they have access to clean water, education, health support and vaccinations.