AMP Abseil for Youth
Youth charity, the Sir David Martin Foundation, is calling all Sydneysiders to take up the challenge of abseiling off the top of the city’s first skyscraper in their fundraising event – AMP Abseil for Youth.
This October, 200 fundraisers are combining their sense of adventure with their desire to make a difference, when they abseil off the top of the AMP building in Circular Quay.
Assisted by mountaineer Andrew Lock, the participants will scale down 26 floors of sheer concrete to raise money for the Sir David Martin Foundation, which dedicates itself to getting young Australians off the streets.
Committed people from all walks of life who want to make a difference in the lives of disadvantaged youth.
Last year's event was a huge success that secured national media coverage. Andrew Lock, the Royal Australian Navy and Olympic Gold Medalist Sally Pearson, were all on the scene to lend a hand.
Our charity ambassadors provide a tremendous amount of support to the Foundation, enabling us to raise awareness and funds for our vital youth programs. Click here to meet them.
How to get involved:
View Abseil for Youth event details
Register to take part in Abseil for Youth
For further information on the event or to arrange interviews and/or photographs, please contact Francesca Wallace on 02 9219 2039 / 0413 076 131 or email email@example.com.
Thank you to the AMP Foundation for
your generous sponsorship
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