Abseil for Youth 2014

Doing crazy stuff is always better when there's a good cause to back it up.
Jack Arthur Smith
Published on October 13, 2014


Let’s face it; doing crazy stuff is always better when there’s a good cause to back up the bonkers. Case in point: Abseil For Youth, in support of the Sir David Martin Foundation (SDMF), is calling up to 250 fearless folk to scale down the 33-storey BT Tower building in the CBD on Friday, October 17, and Saturday, October 18.

Now in its fifth year, this time around Abseil for Youth is aiming to raise $400,000 for the Triple Care Farm rehabilitation program, which tackles addiction, homelessness, mental health issues, depression and self-harm in seriously disadvantaged youth. The SDMF, established by then Governor of NSW Sir David himself, relies entirely on community and individual generosity to help raise funds for said projects.

So if the opportunity to see Sydney from a whole new angle tickles your fancy, you too can help improve the lives of young people across Australia. To register, go to the Abseil for Youth website.


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