FUNDRAISING MADE SIMPLE

Fundraising for the Cathy Freeman Foundation can be really simple and fun! 
 
HERE ARE SOME IDEAS to get you started.

GOLD COIN FUNDRAISING IDEAS

At the Cathy Freeman Foundation, we take fundraising very seriously because without it, we wouldn't be able to deliver our life-changing education programs to Indigenous students. But that doesn’t mean we don’t like to have fun at the same time! Here are some gold-coin donation fundraising ideas:

Wear red for a day
Host a morning tea

Wear a red t-shirt to school or work. 

Gather some treats and have a cuppa. Invite a local Traditional Owner to do a Welcome to Country and tell you about their local history and culture

Host a sausage sizzle
Run a quiz

Who doesn't like a sausage sizzle? 
Run a gold-coin-donation sausage sizzle.

How much do you know about Indigenous culture? Dedicate some time to learning more about your local Indigenous culture

Host a walkathon
Give something up

Get sponsored to give something up. What will it be? Chocolate? Social media? TV?

 

FUNDRAISING RESOURCES

Click on the below posters to download and print them.

Promote workplace giving

Promote your workplace giving program to all of your employees within your office.

Promote your fundraising event with this A3 poster. Tell everybody what's happening at your event as well as when and where it will be taking place.

For enquiries and requests specifically relating to Cathy Freeman, please

e-mail hello@estrellasports.com.au

Please note, due to the large number of requests, we are unable to guarantee that a response will be provided to all queries. We apologise in advance.

admin@cathyfreemanfoundation.org.au

(03) 9686 4813

PO Box 3366

East Melbourne, VIC, 3002

ABN: 59 623 241 565

Cathy Freeman Foundation is endorsed under the ATO provision of item 1

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The Cathy Freeman Foundation acknowledges and pays our respects to the past, present and emerging traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live.

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