Perform at Telethon 2023
Applications to perform at Telethon 2023 are NOW OPEN! All artists, including those who have previously performed at Telethon are encouraged to apply.
Thank you, WA!
Thank you to our generous partners, supporters and the WA community who displayed their empathy in style by helping us raise an incredible $71,356,721 – taking the total fundraising amount Telethon has raised since its inception in 1968 to over half a billion!
We hope you enjoyed the 2022 Telethon spectacular and came away with an appreciation of how giving makes such a difference to the children and young families who need our help the most.
Well done WA!
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2023 Leeuwin Lunch for Telethon
2023 Telethon Giving Ceremony2m watching time
A record total of $5.02 million was raised at the event hosted by the Horgan family at their Leeuwin Estate winery in Margaret River.
The exclusive guest list of attendees, who were invited to buy seats, were flown by Qantas and Network Aviation from Perth and transferred to the picturesque location by South West Coach Lines.
Up for auction at the lunch was medical and other equipment from Telethon’s wish list which donors could bid on to help beneficiaries including Perth Children’s Hospital, Riding for the Disabled Carine, Women’s and Infant Research Foundation, Kalparrin, Redkite, St John of God Foundation, Fostering Hope, Rocky Bay, Helping Little Hands and Edmund Rice.
Construction has begun on the 2023 Telethon Home3m watching time
Vulnerable kids and families will benefit from the staggering $71.4 million raised for Telethon in 2022, it was announced at the annual Giving Ceremony on Friday, March 24. Over breakfast at Crown Perth, the annual event is the moment when Telethon’s worthy beneficiaries are announced, celebrated and share the funds raised so generously donated by West Australians. Attendees included representatives from all of the beneficiaries alongside dignitaries including Premier Mark McGowan, Telethon Trust Chairman Richard Goyder AO, and Seven West Media WA chief executive Maryna Fewster. The theme for the event was kindness – it’s the common thread that links the Telethon beneficiaries together in their mission to improve the health and wellbeing of West Australian children. while health organisations will receive vital equipment and funds to continue life-saving medical research.
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Big smiles for a brighter future
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A little goes a long way for Bronte and WA kids
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