Stadium Stomp Virtual will also support our three amazing charity partners.
- The Leukaemia Foundation
- Emergency Services Foundation
- Black Dog Institute
You can choose to do this event with fundraising for one of these charities in mind. In-fact, we encourage it.
Whilst fundraising is not mandatory, it is a fantastic way to make every step count. Now more than ever, charities need the community’s support.
Black Dog Institute
The Black Dog Institute is dedicated to understanding, preventing and treating mental illness. They are about creating a world where mental illness is treated with the same level of concern, immediacy and seriousness as physical illness; where scientists work to discover the causes of illness and new treatments, and where discoveries are immediately put into practice through health services, technology and community education.
Should you choose to fundraise and support Black Dog, you’ll be helping create a mentally healthier world.
The Leukaemia Foundation stands with Australia to help cure and conquer every blood cancer - with care.
Leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma are all types of blood cancer and they can develop in anyone, of any age, at any time. Another 41 Australians are diagnosed each and every day, that's one person every 36 minutes.
Support for the Leukaemia Foundation will help get Australians with blood cancer equal access to the best care, accelerate research that's delivering rapid advancements, and provide services and support that empower people to live well after a diagnosis
Emergency Services Foundation (ESF)
The Emergency Services Foundation (ESF) is a charity that has operated for over 30 years dedicated to the welfare of Victoria’s Emergency Service staff and volunteers. The ESFs work is now focused on the issues of mental health and wellbeing within our emergency services.
Should you choose to fundraise for ESF, the funds will help enable them to introduce innovative new programs to improve understanding and reduce the stigma of mental health, so that emergency service people recognise the signs, act early to seek help and have the best chance of recovery.