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There are so many ways you can be involved.

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Fundraising provides a wonderful opportunity for people to give back, by providing vital support for others, and developing a strong sense of community within schools, community groups and workplaces.

One of the best ways you can help families and individuals we work with is to fundraise. Additional funds allow us to increase the number of people we support and expand the range of services we offer. We welcome and appreciate the generous community support we receive, from individuals, groups, schools and workplaces, to assist people facing adversity and hardships.

There are many ways to raise funds to help support the work that we do.  Examples include:

  • host a fundraising morning tea or barbecue at work
  • organise a school-based raffle, car-wash, dance or free dress day
  • organise a donated goods drive
  • participate in a charity fun run, to improve your health and raise funds
  • obtain peer sponsorship for a solo challenge, such as jumping out of a plane or walking between cities
  • support SANDBAG Inc. as your corporate charity partner.

Monies raised can be provided in general, where we will allocate funds where needed to achieve the greatest impact, or for specific projects, such as our Domestic and Family Violence Counselling and Support Activities. We work hard to ensure every dollar received attains maximum positive impact towards our Vision and Mission.

To find out more about fundraising options, or if you have a creative fundraising idea contact us for a chat via the contact link below.

Become a Major Supporter

SANDBAG Inc. develops long term partnerships with businesses who believe in our Vision and Values and want to work with us to create meaningful relationships and change for others.

This is a great way for corporate businesses to boost staff morale and engagement, while demonstrating teir company’s values and commitment to corporate social responsibility. By working together with corporate supporters we are able to deliver our life-changing services and campaign for real change. To find out more email us via the contact link below.


Workplace Giving

Workplace Giving is simple and effective. Employers can provide employees with an opportunity to make regular donations to SANDBAG Inc.

We are a registered not-for-profit on Good2Give’s purpose-built Workplace Giving Platform. Good2Give is an easy-to-use and secure way for employees to give regular or one-off pre-tax donations directly to the causes that matter to them.

To find out more about workplace giving programs, visit the dedicated Australian Tax Office (ATO) webpage or email us via the contact link below.

Become a donor

Direct Donation

Many individuals, businesses, companies and sole traders choose to champion a cause, for donations, fundraising and to promote to their customers.

You or your business can make a direct donation through electronic funds transfer.

SANDBAG is a registered charity therefore donations over $2 are tax deductible.



There are many opportunities to become a sponsor for SANDBAG. The types of sponsorship arrangements which can be developed include, sponsoring the following types of activities:

  • Community events
  • Equipment and materials – such as lawnmowers for our social enterprise
  • Causes or needs the organisation might have or be hosting
  • Particular types of services including Domestic and Family Violence Counselling
  • Don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss an idea you might have or becoming a sponsor.

Social Enterprise Partner

Purchase service through our Social Enterprise. The aim of our social enterprise business is to create social impact for individuals whilst creating a profit which can be returned to community programs. By purchasing our services or partnering with our businesses you are directly supporting individuals to access employment and development opportunities.

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