Fundraise

BTAA relies on the generous support of its fundraisers to help us increase awareness, and grow our community. There are a number of ways to fundraise for BTAA. In particular, you can use either Eventbrite or Everyday Hero to set up a fundraiser and share it with your friends, family or colleagues who may sponsor you in your fundraising efforts.

Eventbrite

Eventbrite is an event management and ticketing website. The service allows users to browse, create, and promote local events. The service charges a fee to event organisers in exchange for online ticketing services, which is deducted from the donations or entry fees charged. Organisers can choose to direct their profits to BTAA.

Registering an Event and directing the residual funds raised to BTAA is easy, and you can simply sell tickets and manage registrations for your event. Sign up for free to get started. 'Register your event with Eventbrite'. 

Everyday Hero

It is easy to set up a fundraising or tribute page on the Everyday Hero channel here - use it for the big runs or your own big event.

Your fundraising effort can be for a personal challenge, and you get friends and family to sponsor you, or a celebration you’ve turned into a fundraiser, where you ask your guests to donate in lieu of gifts.

Some Ideas to Get You Started

You can fundraise for almost any reason, and here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • Have a Mad Hatter's Tea Party - or any other party
  • Wear a Hat for a Day for BTAA
  • Create a Tribute Page for a loved one
  • Give up a birthday for BTAA · Participate in a fun run - look for BTAA on the list of charities in the Everyday Hero channel here
  • Bike ride somewhere far away

Email enquiries@btaa.org.au and we will send you a fund raising kit, including some boxes to collect gold coins and some grey ribbons.