Giving Day

Giving Day

Every Fringe, Arts Unlimited hosts its annual Giving Day to raise funds to purchase tickets for communities experiencing disadvantage and low socio-economic school groups. Please support this Giving Day, Thursday 29th February where we’ll aim to raise $160,000 to purchase tickets for 10,000 people who wouldn’t otherwise be able to attend Adelaide Fringe. 

You have the power to transport people from their everyday lives, inspire future creatives and promote positive and educational messages through art.

For our first annual Giving Day in 2023, the support of our donors enabled 2,496 people to attend a wide range of Fringe shows. From groups such as Aboriginal Family Support Services, Department for Child Protection, Connecting Foster and Kinship Carers SA, I Can Jump Puddles, Mind Australia and the Ukrainian Community – but there are over 10,000 community groups like these in South Australia, so your help is needed to reach more people. 

Our Matching Partners on the day will make every dollar go a lot further.

Fringe is for everyone, leave no one behind. Please donate this Giving Day.

How your donation makes a difference

How you can support Arts Unlimited on Giving Day


And remember, your support will go a lot further on Giving Day thanks to our Matching Partners Lumo Energy SA, The Uraidla Hotel, and MGA Whittles Community Foundation.


Community Spotlight is proudly supported by Lutheran Care year-round. Thanks to their generosity, Fringe can reach more communities experiencing disadvantage than ever.
The funds raised on Giving Day 2024 will be used to purchase tickets for people experiencing disadvantage and low socio-economic schools to attend Fringe in 2025.

Banner image: Kym MacKenzie. Photo: Adelaide Fringe 2024