Fundraise for us

Last updated: Monday 12 December, 2016

Thanks for considering fundraising on behalf of Bush Heritage Australia! We’re honoured to have your support.

Laila and Skye Palmer, daughters of Scottsdale Reserve Manager Phil Palmer, with volunteer Will Douglas at Scottsdale Reserve, NSW. Photo by Anna Carlile.
Laila and Skye Palmer, daughters of Scottsdale Reserve Manager Phil Palmer, with volunteer Will Douglas at Scottsdale Reserve, NSW. Photo by Anna Carlile.
Whether you plan to run a marathon, cycle around Australia, hold a morning tea or ask for donations to mark a special event or person in your life, we're hugely appreciative of your time and effort to help protect Australia’s unique birds, animals and landscapes.

If you’re still unsure as to what kind of event or activity to hold, take a look through our Community Fundraising Guide for inspiration. Already have a plan? Then it’s easy!

Step 1
If you're planning to fundraise online, the easiest way is to set up a free, personalised fundraising page at Go Fundraise. Receipts will be sent automatically for any donations made, with the money also automatically transferred to Bush Heritage. For more information about how to do this, see our Community Fundraising Guide. Alternatively, if you don't want to set up an online fundraising page, complete our Fundraising Application Form – this can be returned to us by post or emailed to info@bushheritage.org.au.

Freshly fallen red gum flowers at Yourka Reserve, Qld. Photo Wayne Lawler / EcoPix.
Freshly fallen red gum flowers at Yourka Reserve, Qld. Photo Wayne Lawler / EcoPix.
Step 2
Once we’ve reviewed your application, we’ll send you a letter of authority to fundraise on our behalf, so you can show your donors that your fundraising activities are legitimate.

Step 3
Once your event or activity has been approved, start fundraising! You can print out as many copies of our Community Fundraising Poster as you like to promote your event. If you have any questions or need more supporting materials, our friendly staff are more than happy to help. Call 1300 NATURE (1300 628 873) or send us a message.

Thank you – your efforts will ensure a better future for some of Australia’s most threatened plants and animals.

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