Fundraise for Us

Fundraise for us

Your fundraising efforts can help save lives

Be inspired by what others have done for those doing it tough in our rural and remote communities.

Thank you, your support will make a huge difference

Register your interest to fundraise for Rural Doctors Foundation

    Help us reduce barriers to good health

    Funds you raise will make a tangible difference to a rural community. We use those funds to support grassroot ideas when communities ask us to. And, we provide life saving equipment and programs to rural communities.

    Host an event in your community

    Whether you’re in the country or the city, a fundraising event is a great way to drum up community spirit and raise important funds for rural health. Your sporting club, school, workplace, health service or rural community can create fun fundraising programs.

    Some ideas to spark your enthusiasm 

    Sports events


    Workplaces and community groups

    Pass around the hat in times of crisis 

    We know that in times of natural disaster, remote and rural communities do it tough. Many can become cut off from lifesaving health services. Rural Doctors Foundation helps rural clinicians get back up and running after natural or man-made disasters.

    This lifesaving work is not possible without the generous support from our donors. You can help get our rural communities through a crisis by holding an event. Or simply start a fundraising page and reach out to your networks to get a combined donation that you can contribute to those in need.

    Raise funds in celebration 

    If you’re sick of all that “stuff” we accumulate as gifts, ask your loved ones to give to others on your special day. Birthdays, weddings, and Christmas can all be an opportunity to help our cause and fundraise for rural and remote health.

    In memory 

    Donating in memory is a way to leave a legacy for your loved one. If their heart was in rural and remote Australia, or in rural health, this is a meaningful way for their memory to live on in the hearts of those they cared for.