Helping Australian charities to make a positive change

Classics for a Cause is a team of classic car lovers working with different grass-roots local charity organisations to help them raise funds to support their mission and improve the lives of Aussies.

Many smaller charities are struggling to meet their fundraising goals, and that’s where Classics for a Cause help them by acquiring and raffling classic cars on their behalf. They enable these charities not only to achieve a desired financial outcome but to build broader awareness of their cause and purpose.

Passionate car enthusiasts combining their love for stunning classics and desire to give back.


Just like many Australians, Classics for a Cause team love the excitement of the chance to win, especially knowing that regardless of the outcome, you’re supporting a worthy cause.

Don’t miss your opportunity to own a stunning classic car while helping small Australian charities to make a big difference!

Classics for a Cause made it possible for HOTH

Heroes on the Homefront (HOTH) is a South Australian based veteran’s services charity specialising in connecting veterans to support programs and services and providing family and community events.

Established in 2016, HOTH is partnered with like-minded individuals and ex-service organisations to provide efficient and effective solutions to ongoing problems within the defence and veteran community.Classics for a Cause is giving you a chance to win a replica 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback while raising funds for this great cause!

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Your impact

Classics for Cause have raised over $2,000,000 to date for the following Australian charities:

  • Young Veterans
    Re-engaging, empowering and enriching the lives of Australian veterans post service by connecting them with the community through a range of programs, community events and activities, fundraising and social opportunities.
  • WIRES – Wildlife Rescue
    Rescuing, caring for, rehabilitating and preserving Australian wildlife. WIRES have been operating for over 30 years, 7 days a week, 365 days a year assisting the community in helping native animals in distress.
  • Heroes on the Homefront (HOTH)
    Assisting veterans and their families in finding and connecting to the right programs and support, including rehabilitation, support networks, legal services and community engagement and events.
  • NSW Rural Fire Service
    Fighting fires in NSW for over 100 years and responding to a range of emergencies including bush fires, structure fires, car accidents and storms. The service also aims to reduce the likelihood and consequence of fires occurring.