How you
can help


Fundraise for us

There are many ways that you, your group or organisations can fundraise for The Infants' Home. We welcome your support!

Some groups wish to support particular projects and others want to help however they can. We are happy to discuss opportunities with you. All funds go towards ensuring our critical ongoing programs for children and families, expecially those living with vulerabilities and complex needs. 


(Pictured left) GiveAbilty Day at Westfield Burwood helps raise funds for our programs for vulnerable children or those with complex needs, like Harry, seen here with TIH educator Mel.

(Pictured right) Herbalife distributors participate in the 850km (yes!) Herbalife Family Foundation Bike Ride in January 2016, to raise money towards children’s charities in Australia, including The Infants’ Home's nutrition programs.

Fundraising Events

The Infants' Home is Westfield Burwood's charity partner for GiveAbilty Day and other events in 2015 and 2016. You can see the 2015 GiveAbility story here. 

In 2015 we were one of the proud beneficiaries of Rotary Club Five Dock's Annual Golf Day, and were lucky enough to have two cocktail fundraising parties hosted for us by the generous Captain and Crew of HMAS Sydney before the ship decommissioned in late 2015.

Other fundraising events for TIH in 2015 inlcude a yoga class held in a corporation that raised $380 in donations, a jelly-bean guessing competition that raised $900, and one lady's sales of Entertainment Books to friends that raised $500, which she then matched to a total donation of $1000. However big or small, we greatly appreciate your interest in and contribution to our work with children and families.

(above) Club Five Dock RSL chose The Infants' Home as beneficiary of their annual President’s Black Tie dinner in 2014, raising $25,000 towards TIH's kitchen fit out project. TIH CEO, Board members, staff and parents with Club Five Dock RSL President Robert Ridge (inside R), and CEO David Conway(far R). 


Everyday Hero

You can contribute to our work with vulnerable children and families by creating your own fundraising page via the Everyday Hero web site. An Everyday Hero fundraising page is a special website which allows you to accept donations online on behalf of The Infants' Home. Anyone can make donations and leave a message of support. Donations are automatically processed and transferred to The Infants' Home.


Fundraising ideas A to Z

There are many ways to raise funds for The Infants’ Home to help us to continue our work with vulnerable children. The options are limited only by your imagination. Perhaps the following ideas can provide some inspiration:

(Above) Team of golfers at the Rotary Club of Five Dock Annual Charity Golf Day in November, 2015.


With some creativity you can help fund our programs and make a difference in the lives of many children.

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