Register now and help raise funds
for our local charities.

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Create your own fundraising page for the Canberra Day Appeal and make a difference for Canberra!

Join our community of dedicated fundraisers who have challenged themselves to do their bit to make Canberra and the nearby region a place for all, particularly those doing it tough.

By choosing to fundraise for the Hands Up for Canberra Giving Day, you are supporting people in our own backyard, and you are choosing to help Hands Across Canberra and their participating organisations continue to work and help Canberrans doing it tough!

Thank you for giving where you live!

How to create your own fundraising page

You can fundraise for the general appeal (funds riased go to Hands Across Canberra and will be distributed in the next grant round in 2023) or select a participating charity to support directly!

1. Register as a CBR Community Hero Fundraiser!

Interested in fundraising for Canberrans doing it tough? Great news! Registration is quick and easy, and once you are finished you will have your own unique URL to share with your network. You can also get a group together and register a team! Whether you are planning something big or small, something new or a tried and tested fundraising idea – every supporter makes a difference! You can choose to fundraise for Hands Across Canberra or one of the many participating charities. Choose a cause close to your heart!

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2. Share the message with everyone in your network!

Tell your family, friends, colleagues and everyone else that you know that you’re fundraising! We’ve put together some great fundraising tips that you can download here. And if you want to go a step further, bring a fundraising event or challenge to life! Host a workplace morning tea, fundraise at a dinner with friends, or even take on a personal fundraising challenge – your options are only limited by your imagination.

3. Smash your target and thank your supporters!

Check out what other fundraisers are doing to support the Canberra Day Appeal