In these times more than ever, it is important that we stay active and healthy by looking after both our physical and mental health and this is a great opportunity to combine the two.
1. Sign up for a personal challenge or get a team together to raise funds for Lifeline
You can sign up as an individual or form virtual teams. You can run, walk or cycle 50km, 100km or nominate your own distance to achieve in 14 days. It doesn't matter how far or how long you set for your goal - every dollar you raise can help save lives.
Your 14 day challenge will count from the day you have logged on your first activity. Your team doesn’t need to get active together at the same time. Every team member can do their own activity in their own time. Logged distance and raised $ will automatically count towards your team’s tally and will be displayed on the Leaderboard.
2. Decide how you'll fundraise and Get Active for Lifeline
Ask your friends, family and work colleagues to support you while you run, walk, cycle. Know 10 people who can sponsor you $39 to finish your challenge? That's 10 calls for help you've raised funds for. But dont stop there, the sky's the limit.
Share your challenge and your progress on social media. You will have your very own online fundraising page that you can personalise, update and share using a unique link.
3. Use your online fundraising page
When you register for Get Active for Lifeline, you’ll get an online fundraising page that you can use to let your friends, family and workmates know that you are taking up a challenge to raise funds for Lifeline. You can personalise your page with a special message, change photos, upload and track progress and say thanks to anyone who supports you on your journey.
Plus you will be supported by the Lifeline fundraising team who can help along the way – you're not alone!
So don't be a stranger. Reach out if you need any help or have questions.
Contact the Fundraising Team
t: 1800 961 881
4. The funds you raise will help Queenslanders in crisis
Every dollar you raise will go straight to work, making sure no one has to face their crisis alone.
The last few years have been so tough. For our farmers, rural communities, families – and everyone in Queensland. Together, we’ve made it through drought, floods and fire. Some of us have felt isolated for a long time and some of us are also feeling more isolation today than ever.
By getting involved in Get Active for Lifeline you’ll help make sure Lifeline has the resources to help Queenslanders through their crisis. Today, tomorrow, and as long as they need us.
With your help, we can make sure no call for help goes unanswered.