Fundraise your way and help people
live healthier for longer
Set yourself a goal and decide how you want to raise funds. Will you host an event, or set yourself a challenge? Pick something you’ll enjoy and others can rally behind!
Personalise your fundraising page. Add your profile picture and a message to your supporters. Tell them why you’re raising funds to help people live healthier for longer, and what their support means to you.
Share your new fundraising page with your family and friends, and start collecting donations for a life-changing cause.
- Anonymous just donated $101.28
- Anonymous just donated $151.92
- Patricia just donated $50.40
- Darren just donated $9520.00
- Marianne just donated $10.55
- David just donated $151.92
- Jennifer Frances Morrison just donated $470.00
- Madeleine just donated $105.50
- Gina Thomas just donated $26.38
- Glen & Judy just donated $250.00
- Jennifer J Wilby just donated $520.00
- Peter just donated $105.50
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- Anonymous just donated $263.75
- Marie-Joe Farry just donated $31.65
- Jatinder Dhaliwal just donated $25.32
- Lara Holmes just donated $145.00
Ways to get involved
Start DIY Fundraiser
Make a difference your way! Start your own DIY fundraiser and raise funds to support research that goes on to change lives. Every dollar takes our research teams closer to the next medical breakthrough.
Create a tribute to a loved one
Honour the memory of a loved one by giving hope to others. Create an In Memoriam page and help continue life-changing medical research in their memory.
Join an event for The Common Good
Be part of the movement for The Common Good. Join a community event or fundraiser and help raise funds to support life-changing medical breakthroughs.
How your support makes a difference
Medical breakthroughs take time, and it is our hope to sustain the work of researchers striving to make a difference in the areas of heart disease, lung disease, mental health and dementia – conditions people we know and love may experience in their lifetimes.
Supporting research hours allows researchers to keep pushing towards impacts that may one day improve lives or give people a second chance at one.
By joining our mission for sustainable research, you can help us to provide hope for those with a life-altering condition now and into the future.
The Grayson Family
"Thank you all so much for the splendid work you do with compassion. Because of you we are living longer. I cannot speak highly enough & my experience & what you achieve with your foundation."
Mrs June R Parsons
"You have all been our beacon of light & love throughout, we have depended on and asked so much of you. The world thanks you. To you all I send from my heart my love & respect always."
Mr Phillip W Birch
"Blessings to all that work tirelessly to better the health of all people. I appreciate the great care I received and am at present enjoying reasonably good health. Thank you to all."
Do I need permission to fundraise?
Yes. Legally anyone collecting funds on our behalf must be registered and have an Authority to Fundraise (ATF). Please email email@example.com to get started.
Do people get a receipt when they make a donation?
Any donation over $2 is tax-deductible. After making a donation, an automated receipt will be sent via email from our fundraising system.
If one of your donors loses their reciept, they can generate a new one by clicking “Login” and entering their email.
How will I know who donated to my fundraising page?
You can find a list of your donations on your fundraising page. You’ll also receive an email every time someone makes a donation.
You can also see all of your donations under the “My Donations” section in menu.
Are there any fundraising rules I need to know about?
There are rules for fundraisers to protect you, your donors, and The Common Good. Please view our Fundraising Terms and Conditions and let us know if you are unsure about anything.
It is important that you keep any expenses low and ensure they do not exceed 50% of your total fundraising.
What logos and branding can I use?
Once you have registered with us, we will send you our logo and logo guidelines. If you haven’t yet received this please email firstname.lastname@example.org
What does the money go towards?
All funds donated are used to support life-changing medical research into the areas of heart disease, lung disease, mental health and dementia via The Common Good’s research teams.
The Common Good also provides direct support and funding for equipment as well as patient care initiatives at both The Prince Charles Hospital and Caboolture Hospital.
If there is a specific area of research or a specific hospital you would like your fundraising dollars to be directed to, please contact email@example.com
Will we be covered under the Foundation’s public liability insurance?
Unfortunately, no. As a fundraiser you are responsible for obtaining any necessary insurance, permits or licences. This may include local government permission if you are organising an event in a public space.
Can The Common Good or one of your researchers attend my event or provide a guest speaker?
Our team is hugely appreciative of any fundraising efforts and can occasionally make themselves available. If you feel your event would benefit from a guest speaker, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I deposit the funds I have raised?
We encourage all donations to be made through our fundraising platform. If you have cash donations, you can add this to your page by clicking “Add an Offline Donation” under “My Donations”.
If you are unable to process your cash donations on your fundraising page, you can alternatively deposit the funds to the following account:
Reference: Your full name
Account Name: The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation
Account Number: 758971644
If you have donations via cheque, please make these payable to The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation. Post them to us at The Common Good, GPO Box 3175 Brisbane Qld 4001.
Is my personal/donor’s information kept confidential?