Mission to support children affected by abuse and neglect
$1,080 raised
19 contributors
105 Days running

Many children are robbed of the opportunity to just be children, something that most of us take for granted. Each year hundreds of thousands of notifications of child abuse and neglect are made to authorities across Australia. These are not just alarming statistics, each of these reports is a child who is in great need of support and care to rebuild their sense of safety and hope. Protecting children is everyone’s responsibility and Organisations who facilitate the health and wellbeing of our vulnerable youth need our support to provide self-esteem affirming experiences, counselling and community programs. With your help children who have experienced a traumatic start to life can be given a chance to flourish and reach their full potential.

Net proceeds raised throughout this project will be granted to Southern Cross Kids' Camps. https://www.sckc.org.au/



Charity TV Global has been producing inspiring TV content since 2005. In that time many awards have been won, both in Australia and abroad. Current TV broadcast deals are in place for Australia (Seven Network’s 7Two) and New Zealand (TVNZ 2). As a registered ACNC entity, Charity TV Global Foundation has created an award-winning filming and fundraising platform (Adventure All Stars), with net proceeds from every project distributed to their philanthropic partners. As a socially conscious organisation their mission is to use entertainment as a vehicle to steer global audiences into ‘giving back’.

Testimonials, past fundraising successes, TV shows, extensive press coverage and more can be found at  www.charitytvglobal.com


Southern Cross Kids' Camps: (03) 9762 7636

Kids Helpline: 1800 551 800

Lifeline: 13 11 14




Southern Cross Kids Camps: https://www.sckc.org.au/

Australian Institute of Family Statistics: https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/publications/child-abuse-and-neglect-statistics

Australian Government Department of Social Services National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009–2020: https://www.dss.gov.au/our-responsibilities/families-and-children/publications-articles/protecting-children-is-everyones-business?HTML#sec1

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare: (2016). Child protection Australia 2014-15. Canberra: AIHW. Retrieved from www.aihw.gov.au/publication-detail/?id=60129554728