Use your own initiative to help support vulnerable children

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Help protect children your own way!

There are many ways in which you can help the Alannah & Madeline Foundation protect children from violence and bullying. Whatever you choose to do, your fundraising plan will make a difference children’s’ lives.

We have supported fundraisers to run footy carnivals, movie nights, golf tournaments, sports club initiatives and highly customised campaigns like completing one push-up per kilometre of Le Tour De France!

You know your audience better than anyone, and your initiative can help vulnerable children in so many different ways. Get started now so we can help you bring your fundraising plans to life!

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Your efforts go a long way

All donations - large and small - can make a huge difference in a child's life.

  • AMF_Icongraphy_White_AMF_60,000BuddyBags.png (1) $100 can provide two children in emergency accommodation with Buddy Bags - backpacks filled with basic, essential items
  • AMF_Icongraphy_White_AMF_OurPrograms.png $300 can provide a child affected by violence or trauma with the resources they need to stay and succeed in school such as a uniform that fits
  • AMF_Icongraphy_White_AMF_1millionAustralian.png $500 can provide a child with a term of swimming lessons to help rebuild self-esteem and resilience

Get friends together and support children in need

Every year Chelsea Basketball Club holds a purple weekend where they sell merchandise, cupcakes, raffle tickets, have facepainting, crazy hair and more. Over the past six years the club has raised more than $7,700 to keep children safe from violence and bullying.

Help raise money through school projects

“I wish for every child in the world to have a safe, loving home, and I realise that is not the case. That’s why for my school project I chose to raise money for the Alannah & Madeline Foundation because I think no child should go through a tough time.” Mia, 9 years old.

School projects that make a difference

I am a year 9 student and this year for a school project I had to make a small business and donate the money raised to a charity. I raised $238.20 and chose to donate it to the Alannah & Madeline Foundation because I love their story and what they do to help people. Christa, Year 9

Hold a gala ball

“I almost didn't graduate from year 12 because I was absent from school more often than I was there. Bullying destroyed me, but I've grown into a strong and passionate person. It was my pleasure to hold a gala ball with profits going to the Alannah & Madeline Foundation to help prevent bullying in schools." Ashlee

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