and individuals

Event fundraising

Holding an event at your community centre or local sports club is a great way to bring your community together and give people the opportunity to support Dolly’s Dream.

Community fundraising ideas

Ask your local shire and community to dress in blue.

Host a sports club sausage sizzle.

Hold a trivia night or host a raffle and ask local businesses to donate prizes.

Have community awareness morning, selling blue cupcakes and butterfly biscuits.

Host a girls' night, where you watch feel-good movies and wear blue makeup and clothes.

Have a night at the local pub with blue drinks, raffle meat trays and dinner vouchers.

Ask all riders at the pony club to dress themselves and horses in blue.

Host a ladies day luncheon.

Hold a a Gymkhana & Stockmans Challenge event.

Sell blue ribbons, arm bands, zinc and more that sport players can wear during their games.

Facebook fundraisers

Another easy way to fundraise for Do It For Dolly Day is to set up a Facebook fundraiser and share it with your friends.

Sports Clubs

Sign up to the Dolly's Dream Community Sports Club Program and hold a Do It For Dolly Day round at your club, any time in May.

Individual fundraising ideas

Challenge yourself and get sponsored for your efforts:

  • Run 10km
  • Go without coffee for the week
  • Do 50 push ups on Do It For Dolly Day
  • Walk 5km every day
  • Hike a mountain

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"The Dolly’s Dream Support Line is a big passion of ours. We wish we had found something like this when our girls were at school and needed help. I wish that I had been able to find that help. If you are struggling, please call our Support Line. They are trained professionals. If that one conversation can stop someone walking the same path that we have … that is what Dolly’s Dream is here for."

- Kate Everett (Dolly’s Mum)