Speaking to Waleed Aly on The Project on Tuesday night, Szubanksi admitted she couldn't believe she was still discussing equal rights in today's society.
'We would like to have a response to Israel Folau that's not combative.
'It's an interfaith group, it's comprised of Catholics, Muslims, Jews, atheists and LGBTQI people, and we've started a GoFundMe campaign called 'For Love'.
'We hope to raise $500,000, 10 percent of which will go to Twenty10 which is an organisation I'm patron of.
'It works a lot with kids, often from diverse backgrounds who are kicked out of home because of, basically, because of their sexuality.'
'Please give, because the other 90 percent - we want to show what a group of people of interfaith and different sexualities can do when they bring the best values of their faith forward - 90 percent of the money we raise will go to the Children's Cancer Foundation.'
Szubanski said she hoped 'For Love' would demonstrate that collaboration between minority groups can lead to something productive rather than destructive.
'A small percentage of this will go to help kids, because a lot of people will still be upset by this, you know, and remaining amount will go to - I mean, they're saying Israel Folau is in the 'fight of his life', but these kids with cancer - they are in the fight of their lives and we want to help them.'