Host your own event

Hosting an event is a great way to make a real difference, and have some fun in the process.

Start planning your own fundraising event and help change the lives of vulnerable and marginalised people in your local community. You, your group, congregation, school, or workplace can fundraise any way you like. We’ll provide you with any assistance we can to help make your event a success.

Get started

We have put together some ideas to get you thinking about what kind of event is right for you, however the sky is the limit, so use your imagination and contact us to discuss any ideas you have on 1800 060 543 or fundraising@vt.uniting.org 

Become an official fundraiser

To become an official fundraiser, you'll need to let us know you're raising funds, complete a request to fundraise application form and agree to our Fundraising Terms and Conditions.

Once approved, you can promote your event as an official fundraiser to support Uniting. As an official fundraiser, we will  support you along the way to help you reach your fundraising goal.
Fundraising T&Cs

Contact us 

For more information on organising your own fundraiser, register your interest 

 

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.

In memory

Fundraising in memory of a loved one is a touching gesture to make a lasting and meaningful impact in their name

Challenge yourself

Participate in a physical challenge, mental challenge or simply choose to give something you love up for a set period of time.

Freya and Levi’s story

Freya and Levi are a young couple from Launceston who earlier this year discovered they were expecting a baby.

Community connection keeps Virginia going

Virginia has been the heart and soul of our Sale Op Shop for 33 years and her service was recently recognised at our Melbourne Annual Public Meeting.

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.