Participant Login

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FAQS

How do I register to become a volunteer at ESC?

Simply click on this link and follow the prompt to fill-in the application form

How do I know what role or what location I will be registering for?

The roles, location and detailed information will be made available very shortly, once all logistics for the event day are confirmed with the event company. We will get back in touch with you

Can I volunteer at the time and in the same location as a friend?

Some roles may need multiple volunteers, so we suggest you mention your friends name in your application and make sure your friend does the same and both of you select the same role and time, when applying and we will try our best to roster you two together.

What do I get for volunteering?

You will be part of an amazing group of people who help make Eureka Strair Climb possible. You cheer on the climber as they undertake this challenge and raise money for The Fred Hollows Foundation. Even so this is an unpaid role we like to acknowledge all our volunteers and make sure you enjoy the day.

We will offer all volunteers 

  • Official Volunteer t-shirt 
  • A Fred Hollows Foundation cap
  • Food and Water on the day
  • Certificate of Appreciation, signed by Gabi Hollows
  • Trip to level 88 to view the Eureka Skydeck (event day volunteers only)

How will I know if my application has been received and approved?

Once you have submitted the application form on-line you will receive a confirmation email from us.

Please keep this email as a reference in case you need to contact us. For any questions don't hesitate to give us a ring on 1800 627 892 or send us an email   

Can a group of staff from a company volunteer together?

Definitely, we encourage companies to use Eureka Stair Climb event as a team building opportunity and volunteering (or climbing in our Corporate Challenge) are both ideal options to get staff together, working, outside of the normal office enviroment, and help make this event a success and at same time support a good cause.