Community groups and individual fundraisers are the backbone of Wester Health Foundation's fundraising efforts. The Foundation is lucky to have outstanding support from the local community.
If you would like to assist us by hosting a community fundraiser, we have developed a toolkit to make your fundraiser a success. Please note that no fundraising activity can commence on behalf of Western Health without written approval from the Western Health Foundation.
Inside the fundraising guide you will find:
Getting started is as easy as one, two , three! Just follow these simple steps and you'll be on your way to making a difference in the lives of people across Melbourne's west.
There are countless ways in whcih you can help raise funds in support of Western Health. From holding a sausage sizzle or a trivia night, to hosting a golf day or corporate luncheon. Our fundraisng guide includes a few fun ideas to help get you started. If you have a unique fundraising idea, we'd love to hear from you.
Before you start fundraising you'll need to read through our terms and conditions of fundraising and then register your intent to fundraise by completing our Authority to Fundraise application form. We will then issue you with a Letter of Authority that will cover you for the duration of your activity or event.
Spread the word and invite people to attend your event or activity. Inside our fundraising guide are some tips on how to promte and raise funds online. Developing promotional material? Please contact the Foundation for approval before distribution of any marketing materials or coorindating media of your event or activity. We can supply you with logos and images where approproate.
For further information, or assistance on your fundraising event or activity, contact our Community Fundraising Manager on 03 8345 7663 or email [email protected]
The team from Watergardens Hotel raised $5000 through their Message in a Bauble Appeal (2016).
The Williamstown Motorcycle Club raised $6000 from its annual Bikes by the Bay event.