Charity TV’s ‘Adventure All Stars’ Raises Nearly $1.2m For Charity

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Season two of ‘Adventure All Stars’, a television series made by Charity TV Global, has raised $1,186,490.16 for 11 Australian charities.

Adventure All Stars is a road trip show where viewers get to experience unique locations through the eyes of the cast, and first premiered on Australia’s Seven Network in 2019 and on TVNZ in 2020.

The current series is made up of eight 1-hour episodes, with production already commenced on the third season in Ausralia.

Adventure All Stars is currently seeing an audience approaching 100 million through a broadcasting deal secured between Charity TV Global and Outdoor Channel Asia.

Cast members for the second season were rewarded for raising funds for their nominated charities with starring roles within the show.

Australian charities Cystic Fibrosis, Diabetes Australia, Friends of Mithra, Frontier Services, KIDS Foundation, Mindful AUS, Myeloma Australia, Pet Medical Crisis, Project Karma, RizeUp Australia and Women’s Community Shelters will all benefit from the net proceeds fundraised by the series’ real-life television cast.

“Our mission was to develop a television format that changed lives and created memories by combining entertainment with philanthropy.  We wanted to provide people with a tangible opportunity to be socially responsible, and to reward them for their fundraising efforts by featuring them on our television show,” said Charity TV global founder and CEO, Troy Gray.

Generating almost $1.2 million from our latest series of Adventure All Stars represents a record season for our hardworking team, and the net proceeds raised will benefit charities right across Australia.”