Christmas Appeal

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We need your help!

Please support over 3,000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in care and in our programs this Christmas.


Make a Donation    Register to Fundraise


The COVID 19 pandemic and recession are making this Christmas more challenging for vulnerable Aboriginal children and families.

Every $25 donation can support vulnerable children and struggling families:

  • Aboriginal children in care and in our programs receive a Christmas present.
  • Families and Elders are supported with food, household essentials and groceries.

There are two ways you can get involved:

1. Make a donation

Donate today to our appeal to provide a present to a child or extra support to a family. Every $25 donation will help supply a toy to a child in care or in our programs. Simply choose how much you would like to give. All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible - your receipt will be emailed automatically.

Make a Donation

2. Register to Fundraise

With your dedicated fundraising page you can help spread the word to your friends, family, work colleagues, school, group or place of worship. Together we can raise much needed funds to support our community response over this difficult time of year. Every $25 donation will help a child in care or in our programs.

We have created a Christmas Fundraising Host Pack full of online resources to get you started to fundraise remotely or with family and learn more about culture. The Christmas fundraising Host Pack includes;

  • Connecting to Culture this Holiday Season poster,
  • 2021 Significant Dates poster,
  • Other Christmas fundraising tips to consider including how to be COVID safe, and activities you can share with your group and create a meaningful Christmas together.

Register to Fundraise


For more information about donating or fundraising please contact Thank you for your support.


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