Fundraise for SSI

Fundraise as an individual or a group by taking part in an existing challenge event or by creating your own. The sky’s the limit, from fun runs, morning teas and dress-up days to backyard BBQs and trivia nights. You can also collect donations in lieu of gifts for your special celebration or in tribute to a loved one.

It’s easy! In minutes you can set up your own online fundraising page and start sharing it to collect online donations.

Your efforts will help SSI ensure that vulnerable people receive vital resources and access to programs for their health, education and social participation, such as SSI's Community Kitchen, sports activities, programs for mothers and children, and scholarships.

SSI’s fundraising kit provides all the information and resources you need to take your fundraising to the next level. Download the PDF kit below:

pdfSSI Fundraising Kit5.84 MB

Join an event

Runners legs in a road race

(City2Surf etc.)
Raise funds for refugees or people seeking asylum by taking on a challenging event.

Join an event

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Create your own event

a cream cake with strawberry topping

Create your own page and start a fundraising event: morning teas, trivia, barbecues; the possibilities are endless.

Create your own event

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Fundraise at school

A young boy in  cap

Raise funds through events such as sausage sizzles, uniform-free days or concerts.

Register a school event

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Fundraise at work

A man in silly costume.

Fundraise for refugees and people seeking asylum at work with a morning tea, casual Friday or anyway you like.

Register a work event

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In celebration

A bride and groom

Celebrate a birthday, wedding or other special occassion by inviting friends to make a donation.

Create an event

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In loving memory

A woman standing in an open field facing the horizon.

Create a page in tribute to a loved one, so friends and family can make a donation to honour their memory.

Create a page


Success stories

Refugee turned citizen feels privileged to have a say

Paz Roman smiling to camera.At 17, Paz Roman was nominated as Young Australian of the Year, mostly for her volunteer work. Ironically, she wasn’t an Australian. She came here from Chile as a refugee with her family when she was just a baby, and despite living in Australia since then, she struggled with the idea of becoming a citizen.  

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