Celebrity Apprentice Australia 2022 may be some epic viewing, but at its core are celebrities who are challenging themselves to make a difference for their chosen charities.

Each of the sixteen celebrities taking part this year has selected causes close to their heart, including the Starlight Foundation, Interplast, the Animal Welfare League of NSW, Gotcha4Life and the Cancer Council.

Last year, The Block’s Shaynna Blaze won an astounding $326,000 for her charity, Voice of Change, and with this year bringing in the largest amount of money ever raised on the show, we cannot wait to see who comes out victorious!

Here’s the full list of the charities the Celebrity Apprentice Australia 2022 stars are helping raise money for.

Turia Pitt

Charity: Interplast

Interplast is a not-for-profit organisation that provides life-changing reconstructive surgeries to people in developing countries.

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Source: Nine.

Gamble Breaux

Charity: Animal Welfare League NSW

The Animal Welfare League NSW provides care and medical help for abandoned animals, whether domestic pets or native fauna.

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Source: Nine.

Jean Kittson

Charity: Taldumande Youth Services

Taldumande Youth Services supports and empowers vulnerable children, young people and their families through crisis response and residential care.

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Source: Nine.

Beck Zemek

Charity: Royal Hospital for Women

The Royal Hospital for Women is a specialist hospital for women and babies located in Randwick, Sydney.

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Source: Nine.

Jodi Gordon

Charity: Starlight Foundation

The Starlight Foundation supports young kids with illnesses and helps them be kids by bringing fun, joy and laughter to them.

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Source: Nine.

Samantha Jade

Charity: Cancer Council Australia

Cancer Council Australia is the country’s largest cancer research charity, that works across all types of cancer.

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Source: Nine.

Carla from Bankstown

Charity: Twenty10

Twenty10 is a Sydney based service working across New South Wales to provide a broad range of specialised services for young people 12-25, including housing, mental health, counselling and social support. They also offer inclusivity training and consulting for organisations and service providers across most sectors.

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Source: Nine.

Bronte Campbell

Charity: Carers Australia

Carers Australia advocates and lobbies for the rights of carers, as well as providing services and support.

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Source: Nine.

Darren McMullen

Charity: Feel the Magic

Feel the Magic is an Australian charity that provides early intervention grief education programs for kids aged 7 to 17, who are experiencing pain and isolation due to the death of a parent, guardian, or sibling.

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Source: Nine.

Vince Colosimo

Charity: Dementia Australia

Dementia Australia supports individuals and families living with Dementia. They provide a huge range of services to the individual, ensuring they live an active and fulfilling life after diagnosis and support to their families. 

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Source: Nine.

Ronnie Caceres

Charity: Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity focuses on providing housing to those in need to build stronger and healthier families and communities. They also work to provide water and sanitation to communities and disaster relief for affected communities.

Source: Nine.

Will and Woody

Charity: Gotcha4Life

Gotcha4Life Foundation is a not-for-profit mental health and mental fitness charity. The charity aims to reduce the rate of suicide through early intervention and open conversation.

Source: Nine.

Jarrod Scott

Charity: Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef

Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef is an organisation that is using citizen science to show the world that much of the World Heritage site is not dead and can still be protected.

Source: Nine.

Eloni Vunakece

Charity: Headache Australia

Headache Australia is the only organisation in Australia that aims to support the more than 6 million Australians affected by headaches and migraine.

Source: Nine.

Benji Marshall

Charity: Souths Cares

Souths Cares is an independent not-for-profit institution, closely affiliated with the South Sydney Rabbitohs Football Club.

They support disadvantaged, marginalised and Indigenous youth and families with a specific focus on education, training, health and employment.

Source: Nine.

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