Are you up for a personal challenge? There are a variety of ways to get involved and raise funds for a good cause whether you love to run, walk, cycle, swim or trek.
Taking part in a walking, running, cycling or swimming event can be a great way to improve your physical and mental health while raising funds to support your local community. There are plenty of events for all fitness levels. To find an event near you, please click here.
If physical challenges aren't for you, you can still challenge yourself by giving up technology, coffee, chocolate or any other indulgence you can think of for a set time period and get friends and family to support and motivate you to see it through by sponsoring you.
If you can’t find an event that is right for you, you could get in touch with your local council, search online to find other events or just create your own event! Please ensure you get in touch and let us know your plans so we can help guide you through the fundraising process, allowing you to spend more time focusing on your training and gathering support!
It’s easy to get started
Simply sign up for the event and create an online fundraising page in support of Uniting.
Other ways to raise funds for Uniting in your community
Celebrate with impact
If you're celebrating a birthday, wedding, anniversary or other special event, consider a celebration gift.
Host your own event
Organise an event to help change the lives of vulnerable and marginalised people in your local community.
Fundraising in memory of a loved one is a touching way to make a lasting and meaningful impact in their name.
Melbourne Firefighter Stair Climb
Firefighters from across the country are getting ready to step up to support mental health services.
Our services provide more than just food
Maidie Graham manages the Uniting Crisis and Homelessness Services in Ringwood and Footscray. She says a parcel of food can go a long way in helping individuals and families in crisis.
The spirit of giving
Many people in our community, who find the festive season particularly hard, had a brighter Christmas thanks to you.