Give the gift of giving this Christmas
Proceeds from every sale of pyjamas, puzzles and Fat Cat dolls go to supporting WA kids in need.
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!
Meet the 2022 Little Telethon Stars
Free public transport during Telethon 20223m watching time
Named this year’s Little Telethon Stars, Ari Phillips, Emily Siew and Leo Beazley will harness their energy, talents and unbreakable spirit to help raise money for other sick children in WA.
2022 Telethon Home reveal3m watching time
West Aussies will be able to catch free public transport during Telethon 2022, as part of State Government support for our much-loved charity event for children.
All fares across the network will be waived on Sunday, October 23 to allow easy access to this year's the star-studded event and Telethon Family Festival.
It means anyone across the network can catch a bus or train and come and experience the festivities for free.
What an amazing Telethon result WA! Thank you for helping us make a huge difference in the lives of WA kids. The fun isn’t over just yet… HONOUR YOUR PLEDGE Honour your pledge at any Bankwest branch or online by December 3, 2022 and be in the running to win this amazing prize, thanks to…Read More
Bring your family and friends to the reimagined Telethon Family Festival presented by Coles on Sunday October 23 between 10am to 4pm. Now in the heart of the Perth CBD, we are taking over Wellington Street from RAC Arena to Yagan Square with free entry, free rides and free public transport for everyone to enjoy…Read More
Our friends at Coles have launched their Telethon fundraising appeal with four collectable donation cards sold in store. Four Western Australian children feature on this year’s $2 and $5 donation cards with each design drawing on their own experience with a medical condition to raise funds for others facing disadvantages. Aged between five and eight…Read More