Workplace giving is a simple, cost effective way to support us. Your generosity will enable us to continue to support individuals in your community who have sustained a spinal injury.
Your donation will be automatically deducted from each pay before tax is calculated, and the donation will be sent directly to us from your payroll system.
Host an event, naming Spinal Injuries Australia as its beneficiary.
Whether it’s a bike ride, a golf day, a gala dinner or something zany and fun, we would welcome the opportunity to be considered as the beneficiary of your next event.
Some other community fundraising ideas include:
- Non-uniform day – Give a donation to attend school / college in your own clothes.
- Fancy dress – Pay to come to work in fancy dress.
- Fashion show
- Concert / Play / Musical evening
- Trivia quiz – Pop / Sport / General knowledge / etc.
- Car boot sale
- Sponsored walk
- Create your own fundraising page for Spinal Injuries Australia via Everyday Hero.
Make your birthday a real cause for celebration
Nine-year-old Ben Henderson (pictured) didn’t want an ipad or the latest Xbox game for his birthday.
The Townsville Year Four pupil wanted to enhance the lives of local people with spinal cord injuries by forgoing birthday presents for a year and instead, asked family and friends to donate to Spinal Injuries Australia!
“I wanted to raise money for people to help them with buying equipment like wheelchairs”
Inspired? You can do it too
Download a flyer to hold a birthday appeal for Spinal Injuries Australia
Then, simply attach the flyer to your birthday invitations or give to family and friends. They then send their completed donation form directly to us.
Your friends can donate as little or as much as they would like. We’ll let you know who has generously donated but will respect their privacy by not disclosing the size of individual donations. However much your friends and family raise, you’ll know that your birthday celebration has contributed to the lives of people with spinal cord injuries throughout Queensland.