FUNDRAISING AT SCHOOL

Start your fundraiser today!

Camp Quality’s services and programs provide laughter, distraction, and specialised cancer care to children in hospital, and offer families fun experiences to reconnect, create positive memories, and build a supportive community.

Over 9,100 kids aged up to 15 years facing cancer, and more than 4,000 families, are currently registered for our services and programs. Through your generous fundraising, we can give these kids impacted by cancer the chance to be kids again, so thank you!

There are two ways to run a fundraiser at your school:

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    kids impacted by cancer registered with us in 2021

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    families impacted by cancer registered for our services and programs in 2021

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Online

The easiest way to fundraise! Your fundraising website can be shared with the community. All donations over $2 are tax-deductible and automatically receipted!

  • Step 1: Register your school on our fundraising website
    • Choose your dates (we recommend keeping your fundraiser open for 3-4 weeks)
    • Ask teachers to promote the fundraiser in their classrooms
  • Step 2: Spread the word
    • Announce the fundraiser at your school assembly and let parents know via your newsletter and school app that they can donate to your school fundraising page
GET STARTED
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Cash fundraising

  • Step 1: Pick a date
    • Choose a suitable day in your calendar to hold your fundraiser
  • Step 2: Choose an idea
    • Our top picks: crazy hair, sock or hat day, bake sale, sausage sizzle, or anything else you can think of!
  • Step 3: Collect cash
    • Contact us so we can issue you with an authority to fundraise and support you with any ideas
FAQs

Fundraising online is the easiest way to collect donations! All donations over $2 are tax-deductible and donors receive a receipt immediately. Simply put the link to your school’s fundraising page in your newsletter and school app each week, encouraging parents to donate and share the link with their friends and family.

Camp Quality gives kids facing cancer the chance to be kids again, with services and programs designed to help change their cancer story. Find out more about our services and programs.

We recommend running your online fundraiser for 3-4 weeks. Remind the community how they can get involved by regularly sharing your fundraising link in your school app and newsletter. Take advantage of our posters to decorate your school with Camp Quality.

Some of our star fundraisers

Students at Tamworth Public School held a wacky sock day for kids with cancer. Children and teachers came dressed in their brightest and most unusual foot attire with some funky colours and fuzzy socks thrown into the mix! A gold coin donation from each student helped raise a whopping $1,064.

Tamworth Public School fundraisers

Brave Lucien opted to lose his lovely locks and rallied his school together to fundraise for Camp Quality. He got his hair cut at assembly with the whole school rocking beanies and hats for a gold coin donation. The first thing Lucien said after his haircut was, “I want to do it again.” Over $1,600 was raised in total from the school and Lucien’s fundraising efforts!

Lucien, one of Camp Quality's fundraising champions

More ways to get involved

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Fundraise at Work

Make kids and families facing cancer your business by fundraising for Camp Quality in the workplace. Find out how you and you colleagues can help make an impact.

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Events and challenges

We know the best way to raise funds for kids impacted by cancer is to have some fun along the way. So join us by taking part in one of our exciting events and challenges.

Donate your Day

By donating your special day, you can give kids impacted by cancer the chance to be kids again. And what better gift is there than that?

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Donate

Your one-off donation today will help bring fun and laughter to kids facing cancer.