The stars of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia 2022 are roughing it in the jungle with hopes of winning $100,000 for their dedicated charities.
The famed reality show is known for putting its contestants through the wringer, and this year is no exception.
Athletes and beauty queens alike will be tasked with sickening food challenges, while also getting cosy with some of the country’s creepiest of crawlies.
It certainly says a lot about the celebs when they volunteer to put themselves in harm’s way… Especially when it’s to give back to society!
However, only one star will cash in the eye-watering prize — the King or Queen of the Jungle!
Keep scrolling to learn more about each of the charities featured on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia 2022.
Poh Ling Yeow — Yalari
Yarlari has been giving Indigenous children from remote communities across Australia the opportunity to receive full boarding school scholarships for their entire secondary schooling since 2005.
Nathan Buckley — Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is one of the most well-known charities worldwide and works to improve people’s welfare and living conditions.
Beau Ryan — Mark Hughs Foundation
The Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) was founded by former NRL player Mark Hughes and his wife after the athlete was diagnosed with brain cancer. To date, the MHF has raised over $20 million for brain cancer research.
Brooke McClymont — Grafton Base Hospital
Grafton Base Hospital sits in the regional NSW town of Grafton, providing health care to those in the local community.
Cal Wilson — Bowel Cancer Australia
Bowel Cancer Australia is dedicated to preventing bowel cancer, while also focusing on early diagnosis, research, quality treatment and care for those suffering from the disease. It’s also wholly funded by community donations.
Derek Kickett— Key Assets
Key Assets is a non-government, non-denominational, not-for-profit community services agency with a mission to achieve positive and lasting outcomes for children, families and communities.
Dylan Lewis — Lifeline
Lifeline is an Australia-wide charity that provides the community with 24-hour access to crisis support and suicide prevention services.
Emily Seebohm — EndED
Working with those who suffer from eating disorders, EndED gives a voice to people living with a biopsychosocial illness.
Maria Thattil — Minus 18 Charity
Minus 18 Charity aims to provide the young LGBTQIA+ community with spaces where they are celebrated. By tackling social isolation, Minus 18 works to help those in the community build friendships and confidence in themselves.
David Subritzky — Pride Foundation Australia
Just as the name suggests, Pride Foundation Australia is a nationwide foundation focussed on providing funding to LGBTQIA+ issues in Australia.
Joey Essex — Feel The Magic
Australian organisation Feel The Magic provides early intervention grief education programs for children. The charity is targeted towards kids between seven and 17 who are experiencing pain and isolation due to the death of loved ones.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia 2022 is currently airing on Channel Ten.
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