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$100,000 raised for Teen Challenge QLD!

With the combined efforts of an army of incredible supporters, we are thrilled to announce that more than $100,000 was raised at our third annual Teen Challenge Gala Dinner hosted by Elite Athletes!

The signature event saw 300 people come together at Rydges South Bank Brisbane to raise much needed funds for Teen Challenge QLD. Hosted by the wonderful Heather Foord, guests had the absolute privilege of hearing from Senator for Tasmania Jacqui Lambie and her son Dylan Milverton. Dylan graduated from our program last year, and both he and his mother bravely shared their powerful testimonies of restoration (read more about Dylan's story).

We would like to thank all the guests who attended this event and gave so generously to help save young lives (please get in touch if you'd like to get involved next year).

We would also like to say a HUGE thank you to all of our incredible supporters and sponsors. Without each and every one of them this achievement would not be possible!

We would like to firstly thank Elite Athletes for hosting this annual event and going above and beyond each year to support Teen Challenge QLD.

We would also like to thank all the amazing sponsors, whose support means that 100% of all monies raised from the event goes straight to Teen Challenge QLD. We are so blessed and so grateful for each and every individual, group and organisation who helped make this incredible achievement a reality.

Gold Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Auction / Event donors:

Natalie Van Renen

Christine Mellers

Matthew & Sue Parker

Ken & Carolyn Underwood

Cathy Geeves


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