Create your own fundraising page:
If your fundraising involves asking friends, family and workmates to sponsor you, creating your own fundraising page makes it easy!
A fundraising page will provide you with the capability to accept donations online, it provides a link to a special website that's accessible to your family, friends and colleagues. You can share a special message of inspiration, start a blog, share an image or video; and raise funds for Disability Sport and Recreation.
Anyone is invited to make donations and leave a message of support to you, as the fundraiser. Donations are tallied and displayed in the fundraiser page meter for everyone to see.
Getting started is easy, select a cause from the options listed below (or email us if you have a unique idea), follow an easy three step process and then send your very own web link to all your supporters.
Cycle Power is an intrepid fundraising initiative, combining the challenge of long-distance cycling with a chance to make a tangible contribution to projects which give people with disability a fair go. Joining Cycle Power Vietnam is Gary Connor, champion handcyclist, disability sport ambassador and paraplegic ...more
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Are you entering a fun run, running a marathon or competing in your first triathlon? Want to stop smoking, lose a few kilos or maybe even skydive?Create your own fundraising page now! ...more
This birthday make a real difference to the lives of Victorians with a disability by setting up an on line fundraising page and asking you family and friends to make a donation in lieu of a birthday gift ...more
You can celebrate and honour the life of a loved one by creating a fundraising page in their memory. In lieu of flowers and gifts, you can ask for a small gift using a personalised fundraising page where friends and family can leave messages and well wishes. Celebrate the life of your special loved one and help to raise funds for Disability Sport & Recreation. ...more
Creating an online fundraising page for your wedding is a meaningful way to celebrate a special occasion and help support Disability Sport & Recreation by asking family and friends to make a donation in lieu of gifts on your wedding day. After all, do you really need another toaster ...more