Rural Aid’s runs a number of fundraising initiatives. These are some of them but with your own inspiration we’re open to any ideas you have to help raise money for our farmers.
To run a fundraising event supporting us you’ll need to complete this form to get a letter of Authority to Fundraise.
Black Tie & Boots Ball
An evening of fundraising and to increase the awareness of Rural Aid’s programs and initiatives – a charity dedicated to improving the living standards of communities in rural Australia.
For more information. please visit : www.blacktieandboots.com.au
Parma for a Farmer
Parma For A Farmer is an exciting initiative to engage with hotels, clubs, restaurants and eateries across Australia who have agreed to raise funds for our farmers and rural communities.
In 2019, we hope to register over 3000 venues and raise $1.5million for rural communities suffering drought , fire or flood. Register your venue, check out a participating venue and get your mates together and grab a parmy today.
For more information, visit: www.parmaforafarmer.com.au
Beach To Bush Ride
Rural Aid’s first foray into the world of cycling kicks off with our Beach to Bush Ride. Rural Aid’s Beach to Bush Ride will provide a way to take our cause on the road to raise funds for our farmers in NSW.
The Beach to Bush Ride gives us the opportunity to assist in this worthy cause and concentrate our efforts where help is needed most
For more details, visit: www.beachtobushride.com.au
Buy a Bale has teamed up with The Entertainment Book to help raise much needed funds for our rural families. For each book sold we get 20% of the sale price to continue our work supporting families in the bush with fodder and infrastructure fixes. For more information: Click Here
Click through any of these links here to read about our fundraising ideas.
- Create your own Supporter Account, free and simple
- Grab a Donation Barrel
- Run a Gold Coin Day
- Grab a Truck Poster for your business
- Register your business for Parma for a Farmer
- Create a campaign via Go Fundraise