Community Fundraising


Become a partner in possibility.

Holding your own community fundraising activity or event is a fun and rewarding way to make a real difference to the lives of those living with disability.

All funds raised are carefully matched to identified needs through programs such as the Wishing Tree, with every dollar playing a vital role in our ability to enhance the quality of life for Rocky Bay customers.

Becoming a community fundraiser is easy and gives you the freedom to raise funds your way. Whether you want to host a movie night, fundraising party, or tackle something a bit more challenging like the HBF Run for a Reason or a long distance bike ride, the choice is yours.

Community Fundraising can be undertaken as an individual or in a team. Why not get a group of like-minded friends together to plan and implement a fun, social and rewarding fundraising activity?

Rocky Bay can support you throughout this process to ensure your community fundraising activity is a success, with social media promotion, ‘meet and greets’ and tours of Rocky Bay facilities.

You will need to notify Rocky Bay of your intention to fundraise before undertaking any fundraising activity. Please note that all community fundraising activities are subject to rules and regulations and must abide by state fundraising laws.

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Making it Count is Rocky Bay’s biannual philanthropy newsletter, where we share our customers’ stories of courage, hope and determination.

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Rocky Bay customer Ariana Pila was left with very limited movement and cognitive ability in a severe vegetative comatose state, following a diagnosis of Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis in 2013 at the age of 16.

a person who lives with a disability is smiling and at work. she holds towels in her hands.


Leah, a bubbly 21-year-old with Down Syndrome, had been searching for meaningful employment for some time, and even though she had extensive work experience.

two elderly women sit together in specialist disability accommodation.


Family has played a significant part in Rocky Bay’s very cheeky and happy customer Maria Bassano’s life.


Nick + Tyler

The Rocky Bay Wishing Tree made a dream come true for customers Nick and Tyler. Nick and Tyler embarked on a five-day high seas ocean voyage on a round trip from Fremantle.

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Shaun kicks goals in rehabilitation. In April 2015, Shaun Cole suffered a stroke which saw him spend more than six months in hospital.

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