Create your own fundraiser!

You can make a difference to the lives of animals in our care and host your own fundraiser for RSPCA Victoria. Fundraising for RSPCA Victoria is not only a great way to bring your family, friends, co-workers and community together, but you will also help to provide care to more than 14,000 animals across Victoria that come through our doors annually.

Set up an online fundraising page now and share with your friends and family to collect donations! When you sign up, you’ll receive a fundraising kit that contains everything you need to create your own fundraiser, including tips & tricks, where your money goes, how to set up your online fundraising page and more.

Sign up today!


Fundraising ideas

There are many ways you can fundraise for RSPCA Victoria! You could organise a bake sale, casual-dress day, trivia or movie night, fun-runs or walks – and join the RSPCA community to make a difference to the lives of neglected, and abandoned animals. 

Here are some fun fundraising ideas to get you started:

  • Dress-up or dress-down day 
  • Bake sale
  • Morning or afternoon tea
  • Lemonade stand 
  • Karaoke night
  • Movie night
  • Themed party 
  • Sporting competition or Fun Run
  • Treasure hunt 
  • Raffle 
  • Trivia night
  • Arts and crafts stall
  • Garage sale 
  • Cutest pet competition 
  • Read-a-thon
Start fundraising!

Get your own fundraising page

  1. Signup to create your very own fundraising page. You can choose a fundraising target and include a message about why you’re supporting RSPCA Victoria.
  2. Share your page – your family and friends can make a donation to your page in a few easy steps and receive a tax-deductible receipt straight away. All donations you receive will be recorded on your page and funds transferred to RSPCA Victoria.
  3. Thank your supporters – show your appreciation by posting a thank you message on your page and sending an email, text message or certificate.

 How your donations help all creatures great and small

$50 – can provide toys and treats to enrich the life of an unwanted animal

$126 – can provide a vet check and vaccination for an incoming puppy

$320 – can help keep an RSPCA Inspector on the road, fighting animal cruelty another day

$400 – can help equip volunteer foster carers with complete packs, including everything they’ll need to help animals recover and learn to trust people again.

$2000 – can help provide emergency surgery, including the medications and experienced veterinarians required to save an animal’s life.