Many of these partnerships have developed over years of working closely together. Starting from a base of trust and shared values, we’ve been able to maximise the success of our clients’ fundraising campaigns.
Developing a deep understanding of our clients’ people, event schedule, event needs and supporter base means GalaBid can create the right solution for every fundraising event.
From simple online only campaigns to sophisticated onsite events, GalaBid’s range of services combines with our local service to deliver exceptional results.
Our client relationships mean a lot to us, so we’ve created a new long-term partnership program that secures great fundraising benefits for our partners over a fixed period of time.
The partnership program is open to applications from any GalaBid client who would like to commit to an extended partnership arrangement. Our selection process reviews brand alignment and relationship strength to ensure the partnership is the right fit for both the organisation and GalaBid.
Each partnership is unique. We agree partnership length and additional terms according to client’s individual needs.
Entering into a long-term partnership with GalaBid can deliver many benefits to fundraising clients, including:
Operating for 25 years, Bravehearts mission is to provide a coordinated and holistic approach to the prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse. Their support programs include age-appropriate education, online training, and counselling. Bravehearts run a number of events throughout the year to raise awareness and funds, including the annual Bravehearts Day held every August.Visit Website
It’s a Bloke Thing is a not-for-profit (NFP) foundation that hosts annual fundraising and awareness-raising events for Prostate Cancer research, care and education. The events include the highly anticipated, annual Wagner’s It’s A Bloke Thing Prostate Cancer Luncheon which started in Toowoomba and is now the largest day-time fundraising event in Queensland.Visit Website
Support Act is the music industry’s charity, delivering crisis relief services to musicians, managers, crew and music workers across all genres who are unable to work due to ill health, injury, a mental health problem or other crisis, such as COVID-19. Support Act also develop and implement life-saving mental health and wellbeing programs and services. Throughout August the charity is running a series of mental health first aid workshops with free access for people working in the music industry.Visit Website
Look Good Feel Better is a national cancer support program that offers free in-person and online workshops ran by volunteer experts, and Confidence Kits to help people with any type of cancer manage the most common physical and psychological impacts of treatment. Look Good Feel Better is a global program and in Australia, have supported over 180,000 women, men, and young adults through their diagnosis since 1990.Visit Website
Sony Foundation Australia is the charitable arm of the Sony Group of Companies operating in Australia. Since Sony Foundation’s inception in 1998, over $42 million has been raised for youth causes. Sony Foundation Australia aims to improve young Australian’s health and wellbeing through positive experiences and social change in areas underfunded by society. We do this by uniting the Sony companies, their business partners, and our fellow Australians to raise funds that help improve the lives of young Australians with cancer, disability, and experiencing homelessness or at disadvantage.Visit Website
The Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation is dedicated to facilitating and funding world class research aimed at curing paralysis caused by spinal cord injury and supporting better outcomes for those living with paralysis. People with a spinal cord injury are at the heart of everything we do. A spinal cord injury (SCI) can happen to anyone, at any time. The Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation aims to facilitate, collaborate and initiate the connections and research required to find a cure for paralysis. Perry Cross started the Foundation after he broke his neck playing rugby union in 1994. He is now a C2 ventilated quadriplegic, paralysed from the chin down requiring 24/7 care. Perry has dedicated his life to finding a cure for paralysis.Visit Website
The Gold Coast Fundraising Ball, formerly known as the Bruce Lynton Charity Ball, was founded in 2001 and has become one of the most popular events on the Gold Coast social calendar. Our goal is to raise funds and awareness for local charities here on the Gold Coast.
Over the last 24 years, we have raised over $2.4 million for the chosen charities. We are extremely grateful for the incredible support we continuously receive from both local and interstate businesses through generous donations year on year. Without the support of our business and event partners, none of this could be made possible. Our 2024 beneficiaries are Guide Dogs Queensland, Gold Coast Hospital Foundation, Men Of Business, Gold Coast Community Fund and Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation.