Donate what you can, to invest in the futures of others

Radford supported the World's Greatest Shave

Radford supported the World's Greatest Shave

By Radford students Hannah Nutt, Tilan Rajapakse, Laura Rodin and Sam Browning

Radford seeks your support as we stand in solidarity with a range of truly worthy organisations.

RAS Charity Fundraiser
Make a donation to the RAS Charity Fundraiser online at Trybooking.

The RAS Charity Fundraiser is the only time in the school year when we request that the community donate what they can, and invest in the futures of others.

If every person brings?

We can give?


$34 000


$51 000


$68 000


$85 000

This year the whole school has had the opportunity to be part of the charity selection process, and has decided to support the following:




Cancer Council

Supported by senior students through Relay for Life

Crossing the Divide

Supporting Aboriginal youth who have dropped out of the education system to gain practically-based skills and qualifications

Leukaemia Foundation

Senior boys shaved their heads in support, raising over $6000


Based in the ACT, it provides riding for the disabled. Radford sponsors a horse

Timor-Leste teacher training /street capoeira

International. Radford is 3 years into its 10 year partnership with Timor-Leste

Black Mountain School

A partner school

Cranleigh School

A partner school

L?Arche Genesaret ACT

Every year, Year 11 hosts two discos for Canberra?s disabled community

Companion House

Working with survivors of torture and trauma in our local community

AngliCARE Youth Services (YiC)

Year 12 students cook every Friday night

AngliCARE Winter Appeal

The major appeal for AngliCARE across the year.

Ozharvest ACT

Batting for Change

Initiated by former student Ryan Carters (speaker at Dirrum Dirrum this year), educating

8020 Vision

Begun by David and Emma Pocock, increasing local independence in rural Zimbabwe (Emma is also a speaker at Dirrum 2015)

Some money is reserved in order to respond to emergency events (eg Vanuatu after cyclone Pam)

World?s Greatest Shave

Last Tuesday a group of senior boys shaved their heads and raised over $6000 for the Leukaemia Foundation as part of the World?s Greatest Shave.

Radford supported the World's Greatest Shave

Relay for life

On the weekend over 150 senior students participated in Relay for Life, as well as other independently-organised Year 9 and Year 10 teams. This year the staff also entered into the 24 hour event, in a team called ?Walking for Ana?.


It has also been decided to contribute $4000 to the recovery and rebuilding of Vanuatu after cyclone Pam (money has already sent using remainder of 2014 RAS Charity Fundraiser funds).

There are so many wonderful causes here that need our support, and we look to the community to do what they can. The more we raise, the more we can give.

Make a donation to the RAS Charity Fundraiser online at Trybooking.

Students can also bring their donations into their tutor or any reception.

Thank you for your generosity.

RAS charity fundraiser poster

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