#dancingtogether winners announced
Check out the winners as announced on Sunrise and 7 News
Telethon and SWM #dancingtogether competition
Thank you to everyone who uploaded their #dancingtogether videos over the past few weeks. We received hundreds of beautiful, creative, whacky, and talented entries.
Here are the 18 finalists, as featured on 7 News over the course of the competition. Our superstar judging panel of Sonia Kruger, Rick Ardon, Nic Naitanui and Tonya McCusker are currently reviewing the finalists, and winners will be announced during Sunrise on Monday 18th May.
To everyone that’s taken part, you have shown how it’s possible to have fun and be positive in difficult times. Thank you for sharing!
Healthy Strides for Telethon
A message to the people of WA
#dancingtogether winners announced on 7 News
For over 50 years Telethon has been successful due to strength and unity of the WA community.
New, when times are tough for all West Australians, our kids have a special message for you.
Congratulations to the Laver Family who were announced 1st place winners in a special visit to their home this morning. Tune in to 7 News Perth at 6pm on Monday 18th May to find out who the other winners are, as judged by Sonia Kruger, Rick Ardon, Nic Naitanui and Tonya McCusker. To everyone that’s…Read More
THOUSANDS of bingo fans were eyes down with highlighters at the ready at Telethon’s Mega Bingo yesterday. Held at the Perth Convention Centre, the popular event drew 5000 participants. With cash prizes and a new car up for grabs, the stakes were high. One of the MCs for the day, Channel 7 personality Rick Ardon,…Read More
Telethon 2019 breaks the $42 million barrier with people from across WA chipping in to help sick kids
Original article. WA’s remarkable generosity was on full show today when the State raised $42,596,034 million for fundraising giant Telethon. Underpinned by multimillion donations from the Federal and State Governments and several other WA businesses and philanthropists, the record total pushed Telethon’s combined annual medical funding to almost $350 million since its 1968 inception. Seven…Read More