Why do I need to fundraise?
The more money raised - the more people SAHSSI can help. As SAHSSI are looking to expand their housing offer to help more local families, they are hoping to raise much needed funds. The GPT Group work with SAHSSI annually, however this is the first year we have openned the fundraising to the public via the Stair Climb event. The funds you raise go directly to supporting and expanding the service of SAHSSI so they can continue to assist women in crisis.
To drive fundraising efforts each participant has been set a fundraising goal of $200. The great news is $200 is very attainable!
All registrations, donations and money fundraised will go directly to SAHSSI. The costs involved in running the event have been covered by The GPT Group, along with our key partners listed below who have covered costs and donated services in-kind.
Can I collect cash donations and pay using my credit card?
Absolutely! Simply keep the cash that has been donated to you and make a credit card payment to your Everyday Hero page of the equivalent amount.
Can I get a receipt for a donation?
Yes! Any donation over $2 is tax deductible.
I want to approach businesses for donations – How do I prove that I’m authorised to fundraise for SASSHI?
We can provide you with an Authority to Fundraise letter to show any local business as needed. Please contact us on …
Where do the funds go?
All of the funds you raise go directly towards supporting SAHSSI in the delivery of vital services to thousands of Illawarra and Shoalhaven women and their children experiencing domestic violence. SASSHI are looking to expand their housing offer in order to help more local families. The money raised through the stair climb challenge will help fund a new property.
Just to give you an idea and help motivate your fundraising efforts, the below chart gives an indication of the costs incurred by clients which are extremely difficult to cover in a time of crisis such as homelessness