Hold Your Own Fundraiser
You can make a difference in the lives of families touched by cancer by fundraising for us. The Olivia Newton-John Cancer & Wellness Centre relies on the generous support of the community and our corporate friends to help provide the best in cancer research, patient care, and world's best practice wellness and supportive care programs.
You can choose to either hold your event privately or promote your event on our website, with your unique webpage to send to your friends and others who can make a donation, attributed to your fundraising event!
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View previous community fundraising events support.
How do I get started?
Decide on what your fundraising activity is going to be. You may choose to add a fundraiser to an existing event, create a new fundraising event at your work, club or with family and friends, or be sponsored by your friends, family and co-workers to complete an activity.
What do I do next?
Once you have decided to fundraise for the Appeal and chosen your fundraising event, complete the online registration/application form by clicking on the link below. This helps us to keep track of who is fundraising for us and when. Please complete and return this before you begin fundraising.
To start creating your own fundraising account to pre-register your event, click here.
- Donate a day’s wage
- Give a donation in lieu of gifts at your next celebration (birthdays, anniversaries)
- Gold coin donation entry fee to your next friendly together
- Join the Melbourne Marathon and register to support our Appeal
If you prefer to post in your registration form, download the PDF form below. If you need assistance or more information, email us at email@example.com or telephone 03 9496 5753.
Austin Health receives many calls from community groups and individuals wishing to run an event to raise funds for the Olivia Newton-John Cancer & Wellness Centre. These requests are very welcome and appreciated, however the Austin Health Fundraising Department’s ability to actively support these activities is limited.