The Australian Sports Foundation’s charter, and what we have our tax deductible status for, is to raise money for the development of sport in Australia.
In relation to a community club, this could include:
In relation to an athlete, this could include:
These lists are not exhaustive and the ASF doesn’t tell you what you can and can’t use funds raised for, rather, we focus on impact and outcomes, broadening the scope of how you think about fundraising, and help to ensure what you told your donors you were raising funds for, is what you actually did.
EOFY is the best time to kick off or restart your fundraising.
With almost 50% of donations on the ASF platform made in May and June.
Community Sport organisations raised on average $13,250 during EOFY 2022.
Individual fundraisers raised on average $3,750 during EOFY 2022.
• Equipment • Facilities • Uniforms
• Operating costs • And much more...
• Travel expenses • Coaching • Entry fees
• Equipment • And much more...
Don't wait until June.
Our top fundraisers start planning in April. Why?
To maximise the peak donation period in the first weeks of June.
Nearly 50% of donations to sport are made between the months of April and June
Start Your EOFY Fundraising Project Today!
Plan the story & Timeline For your fundraiser
Share your Project
with your community
Launch your fundraising Project With the ASF
St. Josephs Football & Netball Club is a great example of how to develop your clubs story and share this with your community.
Ready to fundraise? Sign up with the ASF now.
See how St. Joeys FNC Raised over $600k
"The thing that really worked for Joey's was creating content that means something to people"
- Emily Kingston, Campaign Marketing
One the keys to a successful fundraising campaign is connecting with your community and the best way to do that is your ’Fundraising Story’
Whether you want to raise money for new uniforms, equipment, travel or for the financial sustainability of your club – writing a good story is easy if you follow a few simple steps!
END OF FINANCIAL YEAR DEADLINES FOR FY23
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