Fundraise for us

DCA is grateful to the generous donors that make us able to help so many deaf and hard of hearing children overcome their barriers. If you cannot donate, fundraising for us can make a big difference! Below are some ways you can raise money for DCA and some of the amazing efforts our fundraisers have made.

Host a community event

Run a Bunnings sausage sizzle, set up a market, host a lemonade stall – it’s up to you!

9-year-old Jordan hosted a lemonade stall and sold almost 100 cups to raise funds for DCA – read all about her great effort here.

School students Alexi, Catherine, Rahnia and Nicola hosted a stall and Malak. Click here to read more.

Host an event on our grounds and raise money for DCA like RS Owners Club of Victoria or the German Auto Show.

Take a donation box

Put a DCA donation box in your business or workplace and collect much needed funds.

You can also run a company fundraising event like Wisewould Mahony

Do something amazing – big or small

Got a goal in mind and want to fundraise for us? DCA is registered as an official charity on JustGiving – just select us as your chosen charity and go. All donations are automatically receipted and you don’t have to do a thing except accomplish your goal!

You could participate in a fun run and set up a Just Giving page like Georgina who ran a 10K marathon to raise funds for DCA in honour of her deaf niece. Read more here.

SUP4DCA is just one example of what you can do to raise funds. Tom Dunn, an Australian adventurer did a stand-up paddleboard down the Murray River to raise money for DCA and help us fund our rural outreach program for deaf and hard of hearing children and young people. Read more here.

In 2015, Hear For Less CEO and founder Robert Henry tackled Tough Mudder, a gruelling obstacle course, to raise much needed funds for DCA programs. Click here to read about Rob’s journey.

Get in touch

If you would like to discuss donating or raising funds, you can get in touch with DCA by the following:
Email: fundraising@deafchildren.org.au
Phone: (03) 9539 5356

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