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Community Fundraising

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Community fundraising is a fun and rewarding way individuals, schools, workplaces, and community groups can help to support the work of Anglicare. With your help we can continue to deliver our vital services to people across Queensland who are at-risk, vulnerable or disadvantaged.

If you would like to make a difference by hosting your own fundraising event or activity in support of Anglicare, you must obtain permission by completing the proposal to fundraise form, and read Anglicare's Community fundraising guidelines.

We also recommend you take a look at our Community fundraising toolkit. This kit contains everything you need to know to get you started, including activity suggestions, helpful hints and tips.

For further information, please contact Tiffany Berg on 07 3838 7682 or via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you for your support!

Proposal to fundraise Community fundraising toolkit

Community fundraising guidelines Anglicare fundraising collection statement

Giving Slideshow

Canterbury College Anglicare Week
A very big thank you to Canterbury College hosted who hosted ‘Anglicare Week.’ This was an opportunity for Canterbury College students to contribute to helping disadvantaged people in our community and to learn about the great work Anglicare does, for people in need. Instead of a cash donation, students were encouraged to bring items which could be distributed throughout Anglicare services, like books, blankets, clothes, toiletries and toys. The Canterbury community did not disappoint. In the first day alone, well over $5000 worth of toiletries were donated, and throughout the week offices and administration blocks throughout the College had to be rearranged to make room for the donations, as they kept on coming.
Canterbury Anglican College Easter Drive
Easter was an egg-citing time for foster children from Brisbane TRACC and In-SYNC Beenleigh thanks to the generosity of students from the Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie) and Canterbury College. The Year 7 students have collected Easter eggs and gifts for the 70-80 in- care. In-SYNC Beenleigh Service Manager Heather McAllan praised Canterbury College pupils and staff for their ongoing generosity and support which has enabled the young people associated with the service to receive Easter eggs and Christmas presents.
St Andrew’s Anglican College
Students at St Andrew’s Anglican College are dedicating their time to help those people in the Sunshine Coast community who are unable to perform simple tasks due to ill health, old age or disability. In partnership with Anglicare Southern Queensland, students will visit two to three houses a week to perform either garden services such as mowing, outside window cleaning and branch trimming, or relational services such as reading, memoir recording or board games. The program launched early November with ten Year 10 students visiting an elderly couple in Noosaville, cleaning all of their outside windows, high pressure cleaning their paths, trimming branches and removing cobwebs under their leaves.
St John’s Anglican College – Year 7 Fundraiser
A big congratulations to the Year 7 students at St John’s Anglican College in Springfield, who raised $2,000 for Foster and Kinship Care. The students were very passionate about raising funds for foster children, hoping to help contribute to foster children having more fun and memorable experiences, like other children their age. The Year 7 students raised money individually and in groups through a range of activities including dancing, cake stalls and cupcake stands. Thank you to the students and the staff involved in the fundraiser. Carers with our care programs provide ‘out-of-home’ care for children and young people when they need it most, and cannot live with their family because they have been harmed or are at risk of harm. Carers are ordinary people who make an extraordinary difference in the lives of the children and young people they look after. By providing a safe, secure and supportive home, carers make a huge difference to vulnerable children and young people.
St Andrew’s Anglican College – Colour Run
Congratulations to the students of St Andrews Anglican College on the Sunshine Coast who raised $3033.93 for the Anglicare Foster and Kinship Care from their Rainbow Run. Congratulations to all the staff and students involved in this wonderful fundraiser.
St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School
Carers with our care programs provide ‘out-of-home’ care for children and young people when they need it most, and cannot live with their family because they have been harmed or are at risk of harm. Carers are ordinary people who make an extraordinary difference in the lives of the children and young people they look after. By providing a safe, secure and supportive home, carers make a huge difference to vulnerable children and young people.
Anglican Church Grammar School