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).
"When you fundraise for a cause you believe in, it really increases your motivation. Use Everyday Hero to raise money for AMRRIC by creating you own online fundraising page, you can blog, upload photos and email your friends to ask for their support. You will be surprised at the support you get by personally emailing your friends and family. All your donors will receive a tax deductible reciept and you get instant notification whenever a friend donates, so you can thank them. We can help you build a personalised fundraising page by supplying images or information."
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.
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.