Fundraise for the
Thank you for becoming a Fundraiser for the
easy to fundraise for the rainforest, be it an individual or workplace challenge,
or raising funds in place of birthday presents or wedding gifts. Fundraising is
also a fun way of sharing your passion for the environment with your friends
efforts have included: a 20-day hike for rainforest conservation; planting
trees as a wedding gift legacy; a school bake-off for the Cassowary; a raffle
to buy a threatened piece of rainforest; and birthday presents to adopt young
rainforest trees. One amazing supporter even cycled around the world to help
protect rainforests forever.
“Every little helps… so no fundraising target
is too small!”
our easy-to-use site, you can have your own personalised fundraising page up
and running in just 5 minutes. All you need to do is write a few words about
what you’re trying to achieve, set a fundraising target and share with your
friends. We can share your story with other rainforest supporters or you can
keep the page private for only those you send a link to.
would like to talk about your ideas or need help to spread the word,
contact Kaley for a chat about what you would like to do.
a personal trial which also supports rainforest conservation is a rewarding
challenge. There’s no shortage of activities to choose from walking, climbing,
running or cycling… Your challenge could even be to give up smoking or other
personal resolution. Just set up your fundraising page and share with your
friends and colleagues to sponsor you.
A special gift
want to leave a personal legacy for the planet, why not dedicate your special
occasion to conserve rainforest. Anything from wedding and anniversary gifts,
birthday and christening presents can all help protect rainforest forever. Even
sad events such as bereavement can honour a person’s life through planting
trees or protecting habitat.
fundraising in the workplace or local community is great fun. How about holding
a quiz, raffle or auction for the rainforest? You could set a workplace
challenge such as the office going paperless for a week or hold a rainforest
themed event, supported through donations. Whatever you choose, try and get
your boss to match however much you raise!
In the Classroom
Learning about the rainforest is inspiring so why not channel this enthusiasm into action and help
protect rainforests for future generations. Ideas can be linked to the
curriculum or just have some rainforest fun – hug a tree or how
about paying to not wear uniforms for a day!