Your Dreams for Change Begin Here

Welcome to Australia’s first and only crowdfunding site for kids, inspired by SchoolAid.  Join the KidsGive community to make your dreams for change come true! Unlike other crowdfunding sites KidsGive is tailored to young people who enlist the guidance of their parents, teachers and communities to help them make a difference, and is inspired by a trusted not-for-profit with a proven track record in kids’ giving.

$4,765,374.00 Funded

Barefoot for Bangladesh

Our goal is to send 10 Hindu children from an ” untouchable” village (ie lowest group in Hindu society) in Bangladesh. They are extremely poor and very few people will even give them work or talk to them. It costs $270 to send one child to school for one year. It pays for 1 school uniform. 2 school fees 3 breakfast each school day 4 transport to and from school.

  • 82% Funded
  • $2,201.00 Funded
  • 2 Days to Go

Bushfire Fund Appeal

Recently the SchoolAid team travelled to the Blue Mountains to talk to children in schools, to school staff, and to witness the aftermath of the bushfires that claimed…

  • 92% Funded
  • $23,005.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Typhoon Haiyan Appeal

We have all seen the horrific images and footage in the news, the force of a storm that has claimed the lives of…

  • 125% Funded
  • $18,785.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Japan Disaster Appeal

Teachers and Principals- get your schools involved to rally support for the tragedy unfolding in Japan. No doubt your kids have seen the harrowing images and stories in the media-having suffered both the devastating earthquake and the horrific tsunami, Japan needs our support! Please ask your students to bring in a gold coin donation and encourage your kids to reflect upon and celebrate the multicultural qualities of Australia.

  • 100% Funded
  • $60,007.00 Funded
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Queensland Floods 2011

On Thursday 17 February 2011, hundreds of schools across Australia participated in SCHOOLAID’S FLOODS RELIEF APPEAL DAY. This was a day to stand united, think of and discuss the tragedy and loss experienced by the flood and cyclone affected schools and kids across the country. A minute’s silence was held at 1pm AEDST with school flags lowered to half mast and students bringing in a gold coin donation.

  • 94% Funded
  • $936,894.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go
little boy pic credit stacey howe surfaid

Asia Pacific Emergency Appeal

SchoolAid’s 2009 Asia Pacific Emergency Appeal urged schools to get involved in supporting the recovery and re-building of lives across the Asia Pacific hit in late 2009 by natural disasters such as the tsunami in Samoa and the earthquake in Sumatra.

  • 93% Funded
  • $93,485.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go
Victorian Bushfires 2009

Victorian Bushfires 2009 Emergency Appeal

On Monday, 9 February 2009, SchoolAid launched an Appeal for the Victorian school communities ravaged by the recent bushfires. SchoolAid called for school communities around Australia to unite – together we have made a MASSIVE difference!

  • 108% Funded
  • $865,580.00 Funded
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Burma Emergency Appeal 2008

Cyclone Nargis hit the Eastern Irrawaddy Delta in Burma in May of 2008.  In the aftermath, SchoolAid formed a partnership with Save the Children, to deliver specially designed school kits (right) for Burmese children to restart their education. Around 320 schools Australia-wide raised $101,137 for the delivery of these kits directly to kids affected by the cyclone. In addition to this, over 100 Messages of Hope were received.

  • 67% Funded
  • $101,137.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go
cyclone larry

Cyclone Larry Emergency Appeal

SchoolAid worked in conjunction with the Queensland Department of Education and the Arts to raise $170,000 to help schools in Far North Queensland that were affected…

  • 100% Funded
  • $170,000.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Indonesian Tsunami 2004 Emergency Appeal

On the 26th December 2004, a tsunami devastated the island of Aceh, killing more than 240,000 people and destroying homes, schools and communities.
After the tsunami, 1551 schools (27% of all schools in Aceh) were damaged or destroyed with 2,237 teachers and 38,644 missing or dead (11% of the total student population in Aceh).

  • 86% Funded
  • $258,200.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Beslan Disaster Appeal 2004

Beslan Friendship Park (Russia) The horrendous siege at a school in Beslan in early September 2004, left 326 people dead, half of whom were children, and a community destroyed by the loss of so many young lives.

  • 116% Funded
  • $463,400.00 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

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