There are many ways you, your organisation or your business can work with AMRRIC to improve the health and welfare of animals and people in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities:
There are many fun and creative ways to fundraise on AMRRIC's behalf, our supporters have held dog shows, hosted movies nights and auctioned artworks. Our supporters can ask for donations to AMRRIC in place of wedding or christmas gifts. Some fundraisers prefer to create a challenge like completing the "City2Surf" and ask their friends to sponsor them. Your help allows AMRRIC to continue its programs. Contact AMRRIC for help in organising your event.
Download our Community Fundraising Kit - A step by step guide on getting involved and supporting AMRRIC (6.7MB, PDF).
Natalie is not an everyday hero - she is an extraordinary hero. Thank you Natalie for being an awesome AMRRIC supporter! Natalie's challenge was to run 50km a day every day for the last 5 days of 2014. Yes, you read correctly - 50km x 5 days. Not only did Natalie complete this incredible running challenge she also smashed her $555 target and raised over $1300 for AMRRIC.
Natalie used Everyday Hero to set up a supporter page and then she emailed her friends and family to ask for support. She also did a great job of blogging about her challenge and she documented each run with images and the time it took to run each section. What an amazing effort! Natalie’s fundraising success helps AMRRIC to continue our One Health programs on remote Indigenous communities.
If you would like help to create an Everyday Hero Supporter page please contact our Fundraising Manager Mary Paton for images and advice. A Supporter page is a special webpage with a URL (link) that records your fundraising journey, it can be set up for individuals or teams. You can tell your story about being a passionate AMRRIC supporter and share this link with your friends and family. Supporter pages let you, post updates, images and videos and sponsors can easily donate and leave a message of support.
We can’t undertake our work without your help! AMRRIC is a tax deductible, not-for-profit organisation that relies on the generosity of individual donors and corporate sponsors, and funding from private trusts and foundations and government at all levels. Donate now online, or contact us to discuss other ways you can provide financial support, including becoming a regular monthly donor. Remember, all donations to AMRRIC are tax deductible.
AMRRIC also appreciates donated products, such as dog collars or animal health products, to support our dog health programs. Contact us to get an up to date program wish list.
Give AMRRIC your support by becoming a member now – join AMRRIC online, or download a membership application form. Your membership will help improve the health and welfare of both animals and human in Indigenous communities Australia-wide.