Fundraise for The Alfred
Community fundraising is a fantastic way to support The Alfred. You can turn just about any activity into a fundraising opportunity!
Plan your own event
Holding your own event in support of The Alfred is a rewarding experience that can involves your family, friends and community.
Organising your own fundraiser means you can be really creative and your event can be as small or as big as you want. Whether it's a walk, a lunch, or a raffle, or something bigger and completely different like a sponsored skydive, we're here to help make your fundraiser a success.
Alternatively you could set up an online giving page with our partner GoFundraise.
Contact The Alfred Foundation for further help or information on (03) 9076 3222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guideline and registration form
Get advice on planning, raising money and promoting your fundraising event with our useful guide, which also contains information you'll need to make sure your event complies with our guidelines.
If you've already decided on your fundraiser and planning is underway, then complete our registration form below. We will make contact shortly to help with the process.
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