Team Bus is committed to helping raise money across all levels of the community, from elite organisations to grass roots and everyone in between. Here are some of our favourite Team Buses.
The Bluearth Foundation used Team Bus to raise $20,575, which was needed to continue to provide children in remote areas of the Kimberley region with physical activity programs.
Team Bus hosted the player sponsorship programs for the Melbourne and Western Bulldogs AFL women’s teams, raising over $33,000. This money was passed on to the players, who had traveled from all over Australia to Melbourne to play the game at the MCG.
VU Spurs Football Club used Team Bus to raise over $10,000 for a trip to the USA to become the first Australian women's AFL team to play overseas.
Team Bus helped a team of footballers with cerebral palsy raise over $11,000 for travel to represent Victoria in the 7-a-side National Championships in both 2013 and 2014.
Team Bus helped Western Bulldogs footballer Luke Dahlhaus raise over $13,000 for charity when he shaved off his dreadlocks on national television in 2013.
The Victorian Seals used Team Bus to sell memberships and sponsorship packages – raising almost $7,000 - which helped fund their debut season in the National Water Polo League.
Country hockey players Aleisha Neumann, Amanda Ross and Tracey Johnson combined to raise over $1,500, needed to travel to New Zealand to compete in an international hockey tournament.