Fundraise for us
You can contribute to our work with vulnerable children and families by creating your own fundraising page via the Everyday Hero web site.
An Everyday Hero fundraising page is a special website which allows you to accept donations online on behalf of The Infants' Home.
Anyone can make donations and leave a message of support. Donations are automatically processed and transferred to The Infants' Home.
Fundraising ideas A to Z
There are many ways to raise funds for The Infants’ Home to help us to continue our work with vulnerable children. The options are limited only by your imagination. Perhaps the following ideas can provide some inspiration:
- Auction e.g. sports memorabilia
- BBQ lunch or dinner
- Cake or book stall
- Car rally
- Carols by candlelight
- Christmas ball or dinner
- Cocktail party
- Cricket tournament
- Crossword competition
- Culture lunches or picnics with a per-plate entry fee
The Infants' Home 2011 Carnival & Market Day in full swing.
- Donation in lieu of gifts for a wedding, christening, birthday, or other special celebration.
- Exhibition of art or hand painted designs
- Fancy dress party (60s, medieval, Halloween)
- Fashion parade
- Golf day
- Group bus tour e.g. shopping trip
- Group trip to the theatre or the races
- Games evening (monopoly, bingo)
Family Day Care Manager Catherine Hunter tries tarot at The Infants' Home 2011 Carnival & Market Day.
- Flower arranging evening
- International food day
- Karaoke nights
- Lamington or pie drive
- Lolly guessing competition
- Movie night (at home or hire a cinema)
- Mufti day or bad tie day at work
- Odd jobs such as car washing, lawn mowing, ironing, painting
- Paintball day
- Payroll contributions
The Infants' Home 2011 Carnival & Market Day had some very special visitors.
- Sausage sizzle
- Sell chocolates
- Sporting day or event
- Take donations for a morning tea
- Ten pin bowling night
- Trivia night
- Walk-a-thon, marathon or bike ride
- Wine tasting event
With some creativity you can help fund our programs and make a difference in the lives of many children.