Fundraising

Clubs have good reasons to generate funds – to assist with running costs, to keep fees down, to fund strategic developments, for new programs, and/or to maintain slush funds to cover unforeseen costs or price increases.

Knowing how much fundraising to undertake should be determined by financial plans and budget forecasts, as well as any strategic plans your club has for the future e.g. facility development.

It is always best not to fundraise just for fundraising’s sake.

Remember that GippSport staff are available to provide your club assistance in developing fundraising plans, Contact Us for more information.

Fundraising Options

Fundraising with Gippsland Water

May 5 2017, Fundraising

If your community group, school, sporting club or charity organisation is looking for a healthier way to raise funds in 2017, Gippsland Water has the solution. Gippsland Water are selling bulk lots of cost price ‘Be Smart Choose Tap’ reusable water bottles. Water bottles can be purchased at the cost price of $3.50 each (minimum […]

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Day to Day Rewards

November 11 2016, Fundraising

Day2Day Rewards has been created to make it very very simple for Grassroots sporting clubs to make some extra money with little to no effort on your behalf. No more sausage sizzles every week, no more sending big boxes of chocolates to on sell. Day2Day Rewards is a discount card that is sold through sporting […]

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Fundraising4Sport (F4S) (Australian Sports Foundation) – ongoing

October 28 2015, Fundraising

Our Fundraising4Sport (F4S) program raises funds for sporting and community clubs and organisations of all sizes for projects that seek to develop sport and/or increase participation. Whether you’re raising money to build a new clubhouse or team rooms, upgrade lighting or purchase sports equipment, or need additional funding to grow participation, enhance performance or support […]

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Cadbury Fundraiser Community Grant – closes 30 November 2017

October 6 2015, Fundraising, Other Grants

If you have used Cadbury as a fundraiser in the last 12 months you are eligible to apply for a Community Grant.  There are a number of grants available until 30 November 2017.  You may apply after you have held a fundraiser. The intention of the grant program is to support a wide range of community-based […]

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Quickbeds Grassroots Fundraising Program

September 19 2014, Fundraising

The Quickbeds Grassroots Fundraising Program helps your club raise funds every time your members book their work or holiday accommodation. It’s simple, effective, and no one has to buy anything they don’t want to buy. Every time any member or supporter of your club uses your unique Grassroots Code to book a hotel anywhere in […]

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Fonebank – mobile phone recycling (Fundraiser)

August 7 2014, Fundraising

As a club fundraiser, you can collect unused mobile phones and contact Fonebank to sell the phones.  Prices for phones vary depending on model etc.  This may be a once a year fundraiser for your club.  It is just a matter of promoting the fundraiser and having a coordinator to collect and send the phones […]

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