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‘ADVENTURE ALL STARS’ to gift all net proceeds to 31 charities

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31 Australian charities

The inaugural ‘Legends’ series of the socially conscious Aussie travel TV show Adventure All Stars will make television history by supporting a record 31 Australian charities. Adventure All Stars ‘Legends’ will bring together the best-of-the-best from past seasons of the show to star in this one-off special 4-part television event, which sees 48 authentic and philanthropic Australian cast members travel to multiple exotic international destinations for a one-week trip of a lifetime.

The ‘Legends’ series will commence production in October this year and run to March 2023. Each episode will be filmed in a breathtaking location allowing viewers the opportunity to experience incredible destinations through the eyes of an engaging and socially conscious television cast. It is scheduled to air in the second half of 2023.

“It’s so exciting to be creating television history with our inaugural ‘Legends’ series. Raising millions of dollars to support a record 31 Australian charities has never been done before.” said Adventure All Stars Executive Producer, Troy Gray.

Prior to production of the series, each of the ‘Legends’ cast members are raising funds for one of the 31 nominated Australian charitable causes – and are being rewarded with a starring role in this ground-breaking television event.

“Our unique philanthropic model means our cast don’t receive an appearance fee, and instead commit to raising funds for charity and giving-back to communities across Australia.” said Gray.

The most recent 7-episode season of the show raised nearly $1.2 million for Australian charities, making Adventure All Stars one of the most generous TV shows in the world.

All net proceeds from the Adventure All Stars ‘Legends’ series will be gifted to 31 Australian charities – Animal Welfare League Queensland, Blue Tree Project, Charlie Teo Foundation, Cystic Fibrosis Australia, Freedom Hill Sanctuary, Friends of Mithra, Great Lakes Women’s Shelter, HAS Foundation, Headspace, Heart Support Australia, KIDS Foundation, Kulture Break, Love, Hope & Gratitude Foundation, Mindfull Aus, MND and Me Foundation, Motherless Daughters Australia, Moyamoya Australia, Myeloma Australia, Pet Medical Crisis, Pride Foundation Australia, RAISEducation, RizeUp, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Royal Society for the Blind, Samaritan’s Purse, Sea Shepherd Australia, Southern Cross Kids Camps, StandbyU Foundation, The Haven – Nepean Women’s Shelter Incorporated, Therapeutic Dog Services and This Strong Mum.

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Menchie Khairuddin is a writer Deputy Content Manager at Akolade and content producer for Third Sector News. She is passionate about social affairs specifically in mixed, multicultural heritage and not-for-profit organisations.


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