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How to Fundraise

Join the fight

Help beat childhood cancer. Make a difference and raise funds online by getting sponsorship from your network of friends and family. 

  • Set up your own personal fundraising page or set up a team and raise funds:  

    You could win the Alexandra Patrick Hall trophy for the highest community fundraiser

  • Become part of the Corporate Challenge : 

    Join the Corporate Cup challenge where a corporate team of 4 competes for two trophies. For more information on how to participate see Corporate Team Challenge

  • Become part of the Schools Challenge : 

    Join the School challenge where a number of schools are working together to raise funds for CCI. For more information on how to participate see Schools Challenge.

Perenial Trophy for the highest fundraisers

The Alexander Patrick Hall trophy is awarded to both the individual swimmer and team who raise the most money for the Balmoral Swim each year. Judges will award the prize to the team and the individual who have raised the most money by 8pm on the Saturday before the race. Set up your Fundraise page now and see how you are going in the Alexander Patrick Hall trophy  .

Alexander Patrick Hall trophy Leader Board

Corporate Challenge Leader Board

The Corporate Challenge Relay is a community based initiative where corporates help raise funds for the Children's Cancer Institute (CCI), increase awareness of this important cause and importantly have fun participating in an open water swim relay.

Corporate Challenge Leaderboard

Schools Challenge Leader Board

The Schools Challenge Relay is a community based initiative where schools help raise funds for the Children's Cancer Institute (CCI), increase awareness of this important cause and importantly have fun participating in an open water swim relay.

Schools Challenge Leaderboard

Schools participating in 2019
  • Queenwood School for Girls
  • Saint Ignatius' College, Riverview
  • Sydney Church of England Grammar School (Shore)
  • Wenona
  • Mosman High
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