The search is on for 12 engaging and socially conscious Australians to star in their newest TV show which will screen in 25 countries around the world with an audience of approximately 100 million people.
Adventure All Stars is a TV show with a difference. Prior to filming, real people from everyday life, raise much-needed funds for the Australian charity 'Walk a While Foundation'. Their reward for helping raise money is a starring role in the adventure travel show.
Each episode will feature cast members doing incredible things in an unforgettable 6 days of fun and adventure in a secret Australian location.
The 'Walk a While Foundation' provides Indigenous Australians in remote communities with the tools and skills needed to relieve their financial hardship by engaging in meaningful employment within their own communities. Their vision is for education, empowerment and cultural exchange leading to true equality.
Adventure All Stars was created by acclaimed Australian production company Charity TV Global, who combine entertainment with philanthropy and through their registered Foundation provide a unique and fun platform for members of the public to be socially responsible.
All Charity TV Global filming and fundraising projects benefit Australian charities. The organisation rewards people for their fundraising efforts and its mission is to use entertainment to encourage viewers to 'give back'.
Charity TV Global's filming projects are currently broadcast in Australia and New Zealand. You can connect with them on social media: Facebook and on Instagram.
Iconic Aussie journalist, Ray Martin AM and acclaimed landscape photographer, Ken Duncan OAM, as Directors of Walk a While Foundation are passionate about the goals of the foundation and how Charity TV Global can help raise awareness and funds through the TV series, 'Adventure All Stars'.
Ken Duncan and Ray Martin, Walk a While Foundation
Why? The search is on for 12 engaging and socially conscious Australians to star in their newest TV show which will screen in 25 countries around the world with an audience of approximately 100 million people