Donate Now

We all know it takes a village to raise a child. Your donation will help that happen by providing food, shelter or support to vulnerable children in our community.


With your help, the next generation of disadvantaged Sunshine Coast children don’t have to stay that way, they don’t have to be disadvantaged as they enter adulthood.

Leaving a gift in your will creates a wonderful legacy. It’s a way of investing in the future of our community. Your gift will assist disadvantaged children to get the education, healthcare and life opportunities that they deserve.

Leaving a living bequest is a unique opportunity to invest a part of your estate in the most disadvantaged children in our community AND have the joy of watching your gift in action.

There is no minimum amount required to leave SunnyKids a gift in your will OR to make a living bequest. Whilst larger gifts may be used for major projects – smaller gifts can be pooled together for a large impact.

Corporate Giving

Become a P100 Member

Success is not defined by what you have, but what you do with what you have.

SunnyKids micro-philanthropy program members are a group of like-minded business people with a desire to make a difference. The monthly minimum investment of $100 helps deliver sustainability for SunnyKids

Member benefits include:

  • Connection with leading community-minded businesses and people at member-only events
  • Alignment with a recognised and respected local children’s charity
  • Regular updates of SunnyKids success stories to share with your stakeholders

P100 Members List

A list of our current P100 Members

Aaron Crick – Mercedes Benz Sunshine Coast

AllFix Building Services

Anita Cunningham

ARB Maroochydore

Aura Advisory

Axia Lawyers


Beckhaus Legal

Better Financial Control

Big Kart Track

blue clay

Blink Living

BOQ Maroochydore

Brandon and Gullo Lawyers

BRD Group

Brett Harris – NAB

Buderim Pharmacy

Campbell Construction

Canny Business Solutions

Chris Harris – Ord Minnett

CJG Finance

Clutch Legal

Combined Coastal Living

Compass Financial Solutions

Coolum Surf Club Community Benefit Fund

Core Business and Management Advice

CR Property Solutions

Desire Group

Divine Cleaning

Double R Group

Dr Petra Ladwig

dtb! Advertising

Eason Creative Photography


Elmari Boutique

EON Group

Etica Accounting

Evans Built Pty Ltd

Evolve Accounting


Eyes on Buderim

Fay Mansell

Fiona Simpson MP

Firefly Education

Focus Professional Group

Fredon Air

Fresh PR & Marketing


Gold Buyers Online

Gowan Lea Timbers

Griffith Parry Lawyers

Hall Contracting

Herron Todd White Valuers

HMR Healthcare Distribution

HRM Consulting & Contracting

Hyne Timber

Infectious Clothing Company

Jason and Alison Law

Jocelyn Walker

John Burnie – NAB

Jones Motorsport

Kaizen Exercise Physiologist

Karen Neuendorf


KBAS Bookeeping

Ken Mills Toyota

KLM Solicitors

Kruger Law

Lakeview Imaging

Lawrence and Josee Rynne

Live Life Pharmacies

LJ Hooker Mooloolaba | Mountain Creek

Look Now Training

Mark Lorton Photography

MD Cosmetics and Skin Clinic

Michelle Evans – Mercedes Benz Sunshine Coast

Mindset for Success

Mint Accounting

MIQ Private

Molly and Peter Kelly

Mobbs Electrical

My Weekly Preview

Noosa 4 Sale

Pacific Motor Group

PMCN Consulting Pty Ltd

Queensland Country Bank


Rejuvenate Pilates Buderim

Rejuvenate Pilates Caloundra

Rejuvenate Pilates Coolum

Rejuvenate Pilates Cotton Tree

Revive Financial

Scott Harrison Media

Second Chance

Secure Access I.T.


Shanahan Family Law

Simpson Quinn Lawyers

Solid Ground Roasters

Spire Law

Sports & Spinal Physio

Stratogen Financial Planning

Street Collective

Sunny Media

Sunshine Coast Airport


Suter Smith Cleine

TC & CO Consulting

The Fleet Office

The Inkspot Printers

The Organised Creative

The Profit Analyst

Thrive 45

Tiffany’s Maleny

Tony and Gaye Wright

Toomey Family Law

Top Gear Security

Town Pty Ltd

Travis Schultz & Partners

Vibe PR & Marketing


Watermark Pictures


White Light Communications

Your Insurance Broker P/L

Corporate Partners

Corporate Partners make a monetary or in-kind donation to the organisation to help support the business costs of running SunnyKids, and we have partners who raise funds for frontline services. As well as raising much-needed funds for SunnyKids, these partnerships also assist businesses to profile their brand and demonstrate their commitments to corporate social responsibility.

If you would like to partner with SunnyKids, please complete and submit the application form below, and one of our staff will call to work out the best sponsorship level for your organisation. 

Featured Partnership

Current Partners

SunnyKids could not do the work we do without the support of our community, sponsors, corporate partners and our ever faithful volunteers! Thank You!





Community Partners

Goodlife Community Centre   |   Heritage Bank   |   Zonta Club of Maroochy   |   Zonta Club of Noosa

Thank you to all the community partners and individuals who have donated and supported SunnyKids. The list below is of those community groups, businesses and foundations who have contributed $500 or more in the past financial year. Please note this list does not include contributions such as auction items or other fundraising items at events.

• Sebaka Pty Ltd
• Downing Linder Taxation Service
• Hebania Pty Ltd

• Caloundra Embroiderers
• Ray White
• Sunreef Mooloolaba

• Caloundra Stitchers
• Noosa Christian Outreach Church

Government Partners

Grants 2021/2022


There are many children who need help and just aren’t getting it. Early intervention is critical to ensure these kids reach their full potential.