Some fundraising ideas to get you started
Kids impacted by cancer often miss out on the simple fun of childhood, but you can help bring laughter back into their lives – and have some fun yourself along the way.
Ask friends and family to join virtually and donate to take part. You can share a video of yourself doing push-ups on social media and tag them.
Share a cuppa
Host a virtual morning tea and ask friends to donate what they would have spent on coffee and cake at a cafe.
Get a group of mates together and host a virtual trivia night – where teams pay to play. Offer a virtual prize to the winning team.
Host a Netflix party and donate what you would have spent on a cinema ticket and popcorn.
Donate your commute
Working from home? Donate your weekly commute to Camp Quality and ask your friends to as well.
Shave your hair
People love to watch a makeover, especially when it’s for a good cause! Ask friends and family to sponsor your haircut or shave and post a video of the event online.
Host a golf day
Invite friends, colleagues and local club members for a charity round and raise money while having fun.
Create a bake sale
Set up a bake sale at your workplace or school with proceeds going to Camp Quality. Ask your colleagues or schoolmates to get involved.
How it works
1. Register your fundraiser
Create your online fundraising page and make a difference in the lives of kids and families experiencing cancer.
2. Start spreading the word
Share your page with friends and family and spread the word about your fundraising efforts.
3. Raise money and have fun!
Ask everyone you know to donate while you have fun taking part in your fundraiser.
Your fundraising can help
By fundraising for Camp Quality, you help change the cancer story for kids and families dealing with cancer.
Freddie celebrated five years of being cancer free this year and decided to celebrate the occasion at his 6th birthday party by asking for donations to Camp Quality in lieu of presents.
Bonnie, Beau & Clayton
Work friends at The Watermark Hotel cut and shaved their heads to support kids with cancer.
Bella & Reg
When 12-year-old Bella saw her mum experience cancer, she wanted to do something to help other kids also impacted by a cancer diagnosis. She decided to sell her handmade cards and donate the money raised to Camp Quality.