Raising funds for QKC is easy and fun! You can pick one of the ideas below, or create your own. We'll support you along the way and would love to hear about your fundraising event.
Here are some ways you can raise funds:
Containers for Change
Queensland Koala Crusaders is registered with CONTAINERS for CHANGE as an extra way to raise valuable funds.
This is a great way for you to get involved and support our Aussie icon.
Do you think this is something you could do?
When you recycle with Containers for Change, you get a 10 cent refund for every eligible container you return.
Making change is easy. It all starts with you. Collect your eligible, recyclable containers, then drop them off at a container refund point where you can either keep or donate your 10 cent refund. Not only is it great for the environment, but it’s also a great way to support Queensland Koala Crusaders.
Make sure you use our MEMBER NUMBER C10369139 when dropping your containers off.
We have several donation boxes out in the community. These are a great way to raise funds from peoples small change at various venues across SE QLD.
If you have a business or anywhere that could host one of our donation boxes then please contact us and we will be in touch.
Did you know you can fundraise for QKC via Facebook. Click here to start a campaign and let your friends and family know by sharing your fundraising goal.
Your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate a lot or a little. Anything helps.
Whether your having a birthday, a special event of just want to help make a difference, it's a great way to show your support and help the koalas of Queensland.
Whats more, Facebook takes care of the donation processing with no fees.
How to send the money to us:
You can send the fundraising money to us by cheque or credit card. If using a credit card, we have a secure online form that can be used.
Cheques are to be made out to ‘Queensland Koala Crusaders’ and posted it to:
Queensland Koala Crusaders
Unit 3, 16 Mullens St
Note: Please do not send cash through the post!
Thanks for being a voice for the Koala!