Cycle, run, walk or swim? Get active at one of these existing events and choose Dementia Australia as your charity. It’s an easy and fun way to make a difference to those living with dementia.
How it works
It's as simple as
1. Register your challenge
2. Have fun and raise funds
3. Start your challenge!
Making a difference together
Worried about doing it alone? Never fear! When you sign up to fundraise for Dementia Australia, we’ll be with you every step of the way. Think of us as your fundraising mentor, motivational coach and cheerleader – all in one! Take on the challenge today, and make the world of difference to people living with dementia.
Let’s get physical!
Join our team as we take on some of the biggest challenges.
Sydney Morning Herald Half Marathon
This 21.1km course showcases Sydney’s stunning landscape, including views of the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, The Rocks and Pyrmont Peninsula.
Date: 15 May 2022
Run with us in Brisbane’s only marathon distance running event. You can also take part in the half marathon, 10km run, 5km run/walk or the 2km ‘mini-marathon’.
Date: 5 June 2022
Gold Coast Marathon
Run along some of Australia’s greatest views and landmarks. All ages and abilities can run or walk one of six distances, from the 1.5km Kids' Gallop through to the 60km Ultra Marathon.
Date: 2-3 July 2022
Grab your family and friends and descend on the streets, heading past some of Melbourne’s most famous landmarks. Choose from the half marathon, 10km or 5km distances.
Date: 24 July 2022
Blackmores Sydney Running Festival
The Blackmores Sydney Running Festival has a range of distances to suit everyone, all of which run over the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Date: 18 September 2022
Come and take part in Melbourne’s premier running festival and help to make a difference! This is your chance to run, jog or walk your way through the streets of Melbourne.
Date: 2 October 2022
You’re after something else to get the heart pumping?
Why not do your own thing!
What are fundraisers saying?
I wanted to honour the impact she had on my life and help raise funds for dementia, and this was made possible through running the Adelaide Marathon. I was able to couple my passion for running with a strong desire to raise funds for dementia and honour Nonna Ida.
- Gianni Magliani (Adelaide Marathon)
It was a great opportunity for team building and networking with people from other Councils. City of Burtnside staff voted Dementia Australia to be the charity partner for the 2019 Metro Games, with participating Councils raising total of $4,000.
- The Local Government Metropolitan Games in Burnside, South Australia
As Nanna loves to colour in, I came up with an idea of designing a colouring book, 'Inspired by Nanna'. I wanted to be able to help raise funds, awareness and also help to improve the quality of life of people living with dementia.
- Gina Delthe
Fundraising with Dementia Australia was uplifting, with support and guidance being given at every step of the 12 month journey. We can't wait to do it all again with you!
- Frankston Ladies Choir