Dare you are taking a plunge down the Lovett Tower?
Dare you plunge down Lovett Tower? That’s the thrilling problem from the PCYC because the group organisation launches a fundraising weekend of actions and Ferraris.
CANBERRA Police Group Youth Membership (PCYC) will ask folks to “Dare to Plunge” as they abseil, zipline or stair climb Lovett Tower in Woden, as a part of the two-day Pageant of Ferraris, all elevating funds for the group organisation.
Cheryl O’Donnell, CEO of Canberra PCYC, says the fundraiser would be the first time folks can have the prospect to zipline off the Lovett Tower skyscraper.
To abseil or zipline, Cheryl says that contributors might want to increase a minimum of $850 as a donation to the PCYC.
“The primary 20 folks to lift $1200 will get to do each abseiling and zip lining!” says Cheryl.
For these wanting to maintain their toes on the bottom, on Saturday, December 3, there will likely be household leisure, shows from the ESA and the Police, meals stalls and stay music.
On the Sunday, there will likely be 75 Ferraris on show in addition to a live performance with award-winning artist Paul Costa.
“Canberra PCYC gives intensive help to youngsters and adults that suffer from trauma-related points,” says Cheryl.
“We additionally present help to younger folks and adults with disabilities. Our packages are extremely wanted however, we have now been doing it powerful over the previous few years as a result of covid and wish the group’s assist,” says Cheryl.
“Each greenback raised goes immediately again into packages which are making a distinction to the lives of so many. I encourage folks to get behind this action-packed occasion.”
Canberra PCYC “Dare to Plunge” & Pageant of Ferraris, December 2-4, Lovett Tower, Woden. To register and begin fundraising, go to mycause.com.au/occasions/daretoplunge
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