Workplace Fundraising and Team Building
Fundraising at Work is a great way to bring your team, department or the whole organisation together and have fun and, at the same time raise funds for Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
You and your company can help the essential and valuable work of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT by encouraging workmates to join in Fundraising at Work. The range of ideas and activities is as broad as your imagination. Here are just a few simple ones:
- Mufti, loud tie or jeans day: workmates pay a small donation to come to work in casual wear, loud tie or jeans.
- Charity dinner: organise a dinner and sell tickets.
- Guess the baby's name: match the baby photo to the person. Charge an entry fee and have a prize for the winner.
- Morning tea: hold a morning tea and charge a gold coin donation.
- International food fest: cook and sell traditional dishes.
- Model Dog collection boxes: order one of our Model Dog collection boxes and collect money at your workplace.
- Give it up: get sponsored to give up chocolate, caffeine or your favourite afternoon snack for a nominated period of time.
- Walk, don't ride: give up taking the lift and walk up and down stairs for one day. Anyone breaking the rules pays a fine!
- Matched fundraising: ask your employer to match all the donations you raise.
Fundraising at Work is a great way to enjoy the satisfaction of making a difference to the lives of people who are blind or have a vision impairment.
Download our Corporate Fundraising Kit for Staff and Businesses
Download A-Z of Fundraising Ideas
Register to raise money as a part of your own event, or through participating in a public event like the Sydney City to Surf or Seven Bridges Walk. Your friends, colleagues and supporters can donate to Guide Dogs NSW/ACT through your very own personalised fundraising page. They can also post messages of your support and a tally is shown of the money you are raising.
This is a wonderful, interactive way of raising money and can be done as an individual, social team or corporate team or company.
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