SIGN UP, LACE UP, SHOW UP, TEAM ASRC

No matter where you are, or what community event you join, you can support refugees by fundraising with Team ASRC.

To everyone who joined us for our inaugural Kilometres of Compassion event in November, thank you. We'll be back bigger and better than ever in 2022 so stay tuned!

Fundraising in 4 easy steps

STEP 1

Join for free by creating your fundraising page

STEP 2

Kick start your fundraising with a donation

STEP 3

Ask friends and family to donate or join your team

STEP 4

At your event, celebrate your compassion and tell all your friends

 
 
 

About KMs of Compassion and Run 4 Refugees

Run 4 Refugees is the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre’s (ASRC) beloved community fundraising event. For over 12 years the ASRC's community of compassion has run and walked together as ‘Team ASRC’ at events throughout the country.

In November 2021 we held our first virtual event, Kilometres of Compassion, and it was hit! Over 300 participants took part nationwide, raising over $130,000. But it doesn’t stop there...

Throughout the year you can take part in any public event, or set your own physical challenge, and fundraise at the same time as part of Team ASRC. Every dollar you raise will help support and empower people seeking asylum and we will support you along the way. Join our community of compassion for free today.

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Prefer a large group event?

Kilometres of Compassion is a personal challenge which you can do alone or with a small group of friends and family on 21st November. But if you prefer the buzz of a big public event instead, you can complete your kilometres as part of Team ASRC at Bridge to Brisbane (7th November), Melbourne Marathon (11-12th December) or another public event in your neighbourhood.

BRIDGE TO BRISBANE
7 November
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MELBOURNE MARATHON
11-12 December
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OTHER EVENTS
 
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Your Impact

By joining Run 4 Refugees and fundraising for Team ASRC you can make an immediate impact, helping ensure people seeking asylum can rebuild their lives where it’s safe. The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre supports more than 7,000 people each year in their long walk to freedom.

See where your funds go here.

 

 

 

If you are a KMs of Compassion participant, please follow any local COVID-19 restrictions where you live. If you are taking part in the Melbourne Marathon or Bridge to Brisbane, please follow each event's individual guidance. Stay safe, have fun and make a difference.