Whether it’s a community event, a simple office morning tea, a team fun run effort, or a public challenge, the possibilities are only limited to your imagination…

If you’re interested in raising money for a worthy cause then please get in contact with us, we would be delighted to support you with the process as much as we can.

You can also visit our fundraising events page on Everyday Hero and join one of the participation events on our page, or even register your own event for others to join in on!


“My name is Eddie and I have stage 4 bowel cancer. During this journey I have spent many weeks at The Gawler Cancer Foundation where they help thousands of people to live an empowered life with cancer through lifestyle medicine and self help techniques. The Gawler Cancer Foundation are an amazing organisation that have a huge place in my heart.  Recently my partner and I were approached by a friend who suggested that she would like to run the Sydney Half Marathon to raise awareness about bowel cancer and help raise funds to support us on this journey. Together we decided that The Gawler Cancer Foundation would be a very deserving cause.”
On Sunday 15th May, Emma ran the Sydney Half Marathon, and through a combined fundraising effort raised an impressive $2,977.75 via her campaign. We are very grateful to both Eddie and Emma for their generosity, support and courage – thank you and well done!

Congratulations and Thank You to Peter Wardell who ran the 2016 Boston Marathon and raised almost $3,000 for the Yarra Valley Living Centre, as a thank you for his sister Melissa who attended our Overcoming MS Retreat in 2006.
“After 4 months of training 5 days a week, and up to 95km/ week I crossed the line in 3 hours, 2 minutes and 36 seconds. It was such an awesome feeling of accomplishment and very humbling to see the support pour in for the fundraising campaign. Thank you for everything you did for my sister and I wish you all the best.” – Peter Wardell.

Julia Mannix
High Tea Fundraiser, 16th Jan 2016
Raised $300
click here to read about Julia’s inspirations