Fundraise

You can make wishes come true

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.

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.

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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 for a morning tea, or take the challenge outside the office, our Fundraising team has got your back.

Plan your workplace fundraiser

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.

You can also explore wish stories online and via our YouTube channel.

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. After hours? No problem. Get in touch online and we’ll call you back!

Your impact

Every day, six families across Australia receive the devastating news that their child has a life-threatening illness.

That’s more than 2,000 children each year who need the chance to escape their reality and focus on being a kid again.

With your support, we can help open up a new world of hope and opportunity for sick kids, helping them discover anything is possible.

See our life-changing impact for yourself - explore wish stories online, on Facebook or via YouTube.

Wish children whose images feature on this page:

Audrey, 6, retinoblastoma - I wish to go to the snow in my own rocket.