The Foundation has a wide network of generous friends and without their financial and in-kind support our work would not be possible.
You can donate directly or visit our corporate partnerships and workplace giving pages to find out how your whole company can get involved.
We host wonderful events throughout the year and also encourage you to organise your own fundraising events. School activities are a great way to raise money and teach kids about the joys of helping others. There are also opportunities to give gifts in memory or celebration and purchase fundraising merchandise. Children First Foundation receives no government funding and relies solely on the support of generous donors, bequests and volunteers.
We are a registered charity and have tax deductibility status for donations over $2 (DGR 900484862).
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Donate online You can make a donation right now via our secure payment gateway. Donate online Donate by phone Donate over the phone by calling us on … read more
Our corporate partners have been integral in making the Foundation’s vision a reality. And as such, we’d like to extend our sincere thanks to Ashurst, Charter, Grant … read more
Workplace Giving enables you to make regular pre-tax donations directly from your pay to your chosen charity. There are great advantages of Workplace Giving for employees and … read more
Carols at the Retreat – Saturday 3 December 2016 join us to celebrate the season of good will 5.30pm Gates open 6.15pm Santa arrives 7.00pm – 8.30pm … read more
At Children First, we love building relationships with schools and helping kids learn about acceptance, tolerance and the importance of helping others. What can your school do … read more
If you’d like to organise your own fundraising event on our behalf, we’d love to hear your ideas. It’s a great way to get involved and help spread … read more
A Memorial Gift is a meaningful and respectful way to remember your loved one. Similarly, a gift in celebration of a birthday, wedding or other significant event … read more
Christmas cards The custom of sending Christmas cards began in the United Kingdom in 1843. It’s a wonderful way to connect with distant family and friends, to share the news … read more
Giving a bequest is a simple and effective way for you to continue supporting the charity that is close to your heart. And ensuring you have a … read more
At Children First we could not do what we do without the generous support of our volunteers. Our greatest need for volunteers is at Children First’s Miracle … read more