Host an event to help free the future from cancer

Yes, I'll host an event!

Be a host with the most.

Host a morning tea, put on a BBQ, have a dinner party or hold a game night. You’ll be surprised at how much fun you have – and how much money you can raise.

Sign up now for FREE to receive a host kit with everything you need.

Put your chef's hat on

Are you the culinary whiz in your group? Do you love to feed the masses? Morning teas, BBQs, luncheons and dinner parties are popular ways to show off your skills while also raising money for a good cause. Consider asking your guests to donate what they think the meal was worth, or what they would have spent at a cafe or restaurant.

To raise more, you could even make your recipes into a cookbook to sell. Or you can have party games and charge a donation to enter – just be sure to have some prizes for the winners.

Jacquie’s cookbook raised $7,700!

Be an entertainer

Show your friends a good time and raise funds for a good cause. Keep it low key with a movie or game night, or kick it up a notch and book a venue for a dinner dance, trivia night, fashion show or bingo competition. The choice is yours.

You could charge for entry tickets or get your hands on prizes to raffle off throughout the night.

After losing his wife to cancer, Richie put on a tribute concert in her honour and raised a generous $600.

What you'll get...

We're here to support you every step of the way with ideas, support and advice.

You’ll also get: 

1. FREE Do It For Cancer host kit 

We’ll send you a kit to help you get started and ensure you have everything you need to fundraise.

2. Fundraising page

When you sign up, you’ll get your own fundraising page to tell your story, upload pictures and ask your friends for support.

3. Personal support

The Do It For Cancer team is here to help. We can provide one-to-one support to guide you along the way.

Not sure what you want to do yet? Not a problem. Give one of our fundraising experts a call at 1300 65 65 85 or reach out via the Contact Us section.

Tracy’s Yellow Ribbon Ball

Tracy was diagnosed with sarcoma cancer at just 32 years of age. Just a few months later, she had her right leg amputated.

“Drastic surgery was the most effective option in my situation but I hope that with enough funding and research, others won’t need to take the same action, let alone face a sarcoma diagnosis.”

Tracy took action and so began the Yellow Ribbon Ball.

Tracy held her Yellow Ribbon Ball in September and in just one event, she raised more than $13,400 to help people affected by cancer.