QV1 Descent 2019 - Telethon Speech & Hearing

QV1 Descent 2019

QV1 Descent - 11th April 2019

The QV1 Descent is an abseiling challenge down Perth’s QV1 building on St Georges Terrace in Perth CBD. The challenge offers abseil or zip line descent for participants down the 43 storey (160m) QV1 building. The aim of the challenge is to face your fears and to fundraise money for your chosen charity.

Telethon Speech & Hearing will be taking part in the challenge to help raise funds for children and families affected by hearing, speech and language impairment. Help us by sponsoring our team aptly called “Fear of Heights”! 

  • Team members who raise $850 will qualify to represent the team by abseil.
  • Team members who raise $1250 will qualify to represent the team by zipline.
Take a look at all individual bios and support our team today!

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Funds Raised to Goal $10,000
Thank you for your support! 72.45%

Mark
Fitzpatrick

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Better outcomes for everyone

My goal in completing the QV1 Descent is to raise $10,000 that will provide scholarships for children to access our services.

Why? Because the system is hard enough to navigate for any parent with a child with hearing loss or speech or language delay. So if we can remove any financial barriers more children and more families get more support and the community gets a better outcome – everyone wins (plus I get to scale down one of Perth’s icon buildings).

Jeremy
Rigg

Jeremy Rigg

Better outcomes for everyone

I am joining the Telethon Speech and Hearing team to help them break through the $10,000 target.

It is a fantastic cause to be supporting: scholarships for children with speech and hearing difficulties will help families in need who may be otherwise unable to access our early intervention programs and with added bonus of making the scholarship winners feel special.

You can also help families at TSH by making a direct donation through our mycause charity profile page. Simply click “donate now” to show your support!