At Childhood Cancer Support we like to call our online fundraisers ‘Heartfelt Heroes’
Because that’s what they are – absolute heroes!
Becoming an online ‘Heartfelt Hero’ fundraiser for Childhood Cancer Support is a fantastic way to raise vital funds and awareness for a great cause.
The opportunities and ideas for online fundraising are limitless! Put your creativity to the test, swap your birthday gifts for donations, set yourself a fitness challenge or if you’re courageous enough shave off your gorgeous locks. Anything is possible to help support our little champions that are affected by childhood cancer.
Here’s some heroic fundraising ideas you can be a part of:
Are you taking part in a fitness event? Turn your fitness into fundraising. You can choose any event and create your own fundraising page e.g. Bridge to Brisbane, Tough Mudder
A special way to give tribute to a loved one is to raise money in memory. You can share your fundraising page at memorial services or other events to make it easy for your attendees to contribute.
Show solidarity with children battling cancer by shaving your head. Get creative, show your personality and get attention for your fundraising initiative. You might like to just get a trim off your long locks, colour your hair, go short and get a message shaved in your scalp or go complete cleanskin.
Have you got an idea for your own fundraiser? It might be a Golf Day, Bike Ride or Music Concert. You can set up a fundraising page for your event, customise the look and feel of your page and ask for donations far and wide!
Making a difference
Childhood Cancer Support provides ongoing support for children undergoing treatment for cancer and their families, by providing a place to call home during treatment, mental health and counselling support, transport service to and from the Queensland Children's Hospital, as well as recreational events.
Since 1975, Childhood Cancer Support has been providing vital services for regional families with children undergoing lifesaving cancer treatment in Brisbane.