Make it a tribute

fundraise in memory of your loved one.

Your ‘someone special’ can continue to make an impact.

An online tribute page lets friends and family celebrate a loved one’s life with donations or a group collection in lieu of flowers. Make your Tribute page unique to the person you wish to remember and acknowledge.

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Annaliese Otto

Annaliese Otto, sister to Peter and daughter to Jo and Richard, passed away in 2020 at the age of 37 years. Annaliese was a beautiful woman who loved young children, running and was a talented artist.

During the final stages of her illness, Annaliese was cared for by the RBWH Palliative and Supportive Care Services staff. Annaliese’s family and friends raised funds as a way to thank and recognise the many staff who cared and advocated for Annaliese during her treatment.

Annaliese’s kindness lives on in the lives of many others, thanks to this thoughtful tribute.

Set up your event

1. Create an account

Input your details.

2. Create a fundraising page

Give your fundraising page a name, establish a fundraising target and then set a profile picture.

3. Kickstart your fundraising

Share your fundraising page with your network so that supporters can donate directly to your fundraising appeal.

Other ways to fundraise

Tailor your event to suit your goals.

Make it novel

There’s no idea too crazy or inventive. From trivia to dress-up days or art auctions, it’s easy to fundraise your way.

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Make it active

Everyone loves a challenge. Set a personal best, a team goal or get everyone involved for a fun race or event.

Make it a celebration

Celebrate your special occasion, ask for donations in lieu of gifts. A simple and joyous way to fundraise.

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