Ticket Brokers Association of Australia Arts & Sports Community Charity Fund

TBA Sports Community Charity Fund has been set up to ensure we give back to those most in need.
All out members of TBA will see that every ticket sold across all our websites will result $1 being donated to our central charity fund who then distributes it to our community organisations/charities partners.

Our passion is to ensure we are supporting worthy charitable organisations as well as helping under-resourced sporting & musical programs flourish for future generations. Our partners include:

TBA is pleased to announce their partnership with Challenge, a charity supporting kids with cancer. Challenge was the first organisation in Victoria to provide a range of ongoing support and recreational activities for families living with cancer.
If you wish to learn more, please click on this LINK


TBA is pleased to announce that we have recently partnered with Fair Game.
Fair Game works with regional, remote and under serviced communities, building their capacity to promote healthy lifestyle choices through health education and fitness programs and donating preloved sports equipment.
If you wish to learn more, please click on this LINK

Little Dreamers supports young people aged 4 to 25 who provide care for a family member affected by disability, chronic or mental illness, addiction or frail age.
If you wish to learn more, please click on this LINK

Operating for nearly 90 years, Carry On is a non-for-profit organisation who helps Ex-Servicemen and Women, and their families, get help where they need it most: housing, advocacy, education, relief, and financial support. Many who have served our country with distinction find it difficult to adjust to civilian life without support from the government or other welfare agencies. That’s where they step in.
If you wish to learn more, please click on this LINK

Helping Hoops is an independent charity running free basketball programs for over 1,000 participants. Over 600 sessions per year benefit children and young people of all abilities aged 8 to 21. The children and young people attending Helping Hoops programs may come from migrant or refugee backgrounds, living in inner-city public housing estate, have an intellectual disability or special needs, or may socioeconomically disadvantaged in some way.Helping Hoops aims to build self-esteem, provide a sense of belonging and community, aid social cohesion, instill discipline, develop goal setting and leadership skills, and promote a healthy and active lifestyle.
If you wish to learn more, please click on this LINK

We will be adding more community organisations/charities partners  soon and if you’re interested in joining, you can do so via contacting us at media@tba.asn.au