There are so many ways you can raise money and have an impact - as an individual, family, business or school.
Every dollar raised means more wishes can come true for critically ill kids and their families.
Featured fundraising ideas
Fundraise at your Celebration
Birthday, wedding or something different? An easy way to fundraise and help wish kids.
Fundraise for kids
Walk, run or ride for charity or take part in a kids charity event to make wishes come true.
Join Ride For Wishes
Get cycling to help grant wishes this Feb!
Want to talk first?
If you have any questions or just want to bounce some ideas around, call our friendly Fundraising team on 1800 032 260.
Got a great fundraising idea?
Charity balls, trivia nights, golf days, bake sales... every dollar raised makes more wishes come true.
Whether you're looking to challenge yourself or do something with mates, share your ideas and we'll be in touch with fundraising tips, tools and support to help reach your goals.
Fundraise at work
Raising money with your customers and co-workers isn’t only a good way to help – it’s good for business.
Whether you get the team together (in person or virtually!) for a morning tea, or take the challenge outside the office, our Fundraising team has got your back.
Fundraise at school
Kids love helping other kids – and they definitely love wishes – which makes fundraising with Make-A-Wish a great fit for your school.
There’s so many ways kids can get involved and challenge themselves, while learning about helping others. Whatever you choose, we can help.
- Find more information through our School HUB
Every year, thousands of Australian children are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness like cystic fibrosis, a heart condition, or cancer.
This year, Make-A-Wish will support more than 800 kids on a Wish Journey, helping them discover that anything is possible.
Together with your help, we can make even more unforgettable wishes come true.
Wish children whose images feature on this page:
Audrey, 6, retinoblastoma - I wish to go to the snow in my own rocket.