Be part of the fun and frolics!
Get involved with Earn Your Stripes and help us make it a huge success in its first year – an enjoyable, inspiring and uplifting experience for everyone who takes part and a target-smashing fundraiser.
The money we raise together will be used to support families staying at Ronald McDonald House, which provides a warm and supportive home-away-from-home for families with a seriously ill or injured child.
How will you Earn Your Stripes?
Get your stripes on for the day – ties, tops, hats, ribbons, the choice is yours – and make a donation. Raise $100 or more and we’ll send you a pair of our official Stripey socks so you can make a real fashion statement!
What stripey dare will you take on – or challenge someone else to do – to get sponsored and raise cash for the cause? Get the boss into a striped tutu for an important meeting, perhaps?
Share the joy and feel-good with family and mates by bringing everyone together for your own stripe-themed fundraisers – think bake sales and colourful cake competitions!
Earn Stripes, Earn Rewards.
Bag some exclusive goodies as you hit your fundraising milestones and – literally – Earn Your Stripes for seriously ill and injured children and their families.
Thank you to everyone who’s Earning Their Stripes for sick and injured children and their families! Click or tap any name to view their fundraising page and make a donation. See full leaderboards >
Where will you get stripey?
Team up with your workmates, wear stripes to work, share stripey treats during coffee breaks, dare your boss to go the extra mile – all to raise money to help sick and injured children and their families.
Hold a stripey mufti day, encourage the whole school community to take on a sponsored walk, challenge the teachers to show their true colours – all to raise vital funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities GWS.
With your mates
Get out on the town together in your stripey best, take on a team challenge, hold a stripey fashion show or trivia night – and help give sick and injured children and their families the support they need through difficult times.