Our Fundraising4Sport (F4S) program is a great way to fundraise for individual athletes and sporting clubs and organisations alike. Whether you’re raising money to build a new clubhouse, buy new sporting equipment or fund athlete travel, a partnership with us can really boost your efforts.
To find out how you can fundraise for your club or organisation, register for our webinars or download our Fundraising Toolkit below.Fundraising Toolkit Sign up now
Once you sign up with us and create a project, we’ll connect you with a Sports Partnership Manager to chat through your ideas with and discuss the best way to achieve your fundraising ambitions.
You’ll get your very own fundraising page that can be online or via social media. All the donations received will be transferred to you monthly and you’ll have 24/7 access to your fundraising page via our online portal.
We are the only organisation in Australia to have Deductible Gift Recipient status for sports. This means that if you partner with us for your fundraising, all donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible. It’s a HUGE benefit for individual and corporate donors and makes fundraising a much easier task!SIGN UP NOW REGISTER FOR WEBINARS
Find out what motivates people to donate to sport to help you plan the best possible fundraising campaign. Read our special Snapshot report here.
We conducted Australia’s first ever research study into what motivates people to donate to sport.
It is the first in a series of projects designed to give more insight into how to plan the best possible fundraising campaigns.
It explains what the key donor motivations, needs and expectations are so you can factor these into your fundraising ideas.Read more
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