For cancer survivors, making it through a cancer diagnosis
and its associated treatments is a major achievement.
Almost every cancer survivor wants one thing above all others – to keep cancer from returning.
It’s our priority too and, because we know that a healthy lifestyle and exercise is known to reduce the likelihood of a cancer recurrence, we’ve created our unique programs to help empower these people to get back into life after cancer.
You can help raise awareness of Strive 2 Thrive and also help us continue to make this free-of-charge program available to all struggling cancer survivors by organizing a local event or fundraiser in support of our program.
If you plan on hosting your own fundraiser, you can make it as big or small as you like, you can hold it independently, or you might like to organise a function through your work social club, your sporting or community club, or even a community or family and friends event.
Stuck for ideas?
How about a bike ride, a fun-run, a barefoot bowls day, a games day and/or picnic, a trivia night, a shopping tour, a fashion parade, or even a ball. Really the opportunities are endless! If you need more ideas and inspiration, the internet has plenty of helpful ideas for creating a fundraising event.
Ready to Start?
Download our fundraising guide for details on raising funds for Strive 2 Thrive.
Once you have read our fundraising guide, you will need to complete a
Proposal to Fundraise form which will tell us about the fundraising activity
you would like to undertake.
There are legal requirements in Australia that govern how fundraisers can raise funds for charitable purposes and this Proposal to Fundraise form also contains information about your obligations when fundraising for Strive 2 Thrive. You will need to read through these obligations carefully before signing the form and returning it to us.
Once you have held your fundraising activity, we will need you to complete and forward a couple of additional forms we will provide you with so we can meet our financial reporting obligations.