Fundraise your way

Fundraise your way

Take on a challenge, join an existing fundraiser or create your own unique event to raise vital funds for the Reef.

#Getting started

You can create your own fundraiser like a cake stall or under the sea school disco OR join an existing activity such as a local fun run, marathon or cycle event and ask friends and family to support you.

  1. Select a fundraising idea 
  2. Complete and submit your Application to Fundraise form  
  3. Receive your Reef Supporter logo  
  4. Start promoting your fundraising 

  5. Collect donations and thank supporters  

  6. Bank donations and update us by email or phone  

#Ready to start now?

1.

Go to Just Giving and set up your fundraiser.

2.

Choose a title and your target and complete the sign-up process.

3.

Share with your friends, family and colleagues!

Marathon run for the Reef

Marathon run for the Reef

Running for a reason took on a special meaning for Perth runner Nathaniel Shivaraman who conquered his fears and raised more than $2,700 in the process.

3 marathons in 3 days

3 marathons in 3 days

Kudos and congratulations to Cairns runner Rankin Salinas who achieved his goal of running 3 marathons in 3 days and raised $1500 for the Great Barrier Reef for his efforts.

Coins for collages add up in New York

Coins for collages add up in New York

The 2nd grade classes at New York's Portledge School collaborated on a colourful collage project to raise funds for the Reef.

Brownies a sweet fundraiser

Brownies a sweet fundraiser

Who could resist buying a brownie from this delightful nine year old from Brighton, England!

Dancing their way to a donation

Dancing their way to a donation

The talented team from Mansfield's LSSDance performed a series of dazzling routines at their two studios, raising more than $1300 for the Reef.

San Diego students' RUN for FUNdraiser

San Diego students' RUN for FUNdraiser

School teacher Ms A Wang from Rancho School in San Diego California shared the news of their wonderful efforts on twitter.

Making a splash for the Reef: Richard Price and Jimmy Barnes paddling through the Whitsundays to fundraise for the Reef

Paddle power

Salty Dogs Fishing Club members Richard Price and Jimmy Barnes paddled the 30-plus kilometres to Hayman Island in around eight hours, raising almost $300.