Central Park Plunge for Cahoots 2020
What is the Central Park Plunge for Cahoots?
The Central Park Plunge is a 220 metre abseil down the Central Park Tower to raise funds to support families and kids who face exceptional challenges.
Fundraising for children and young people with a disability!
Each participant has a fundraising goal of $1,100 (and a $100 registration fee) that goes straight towards the ongoing work of Cahoots to create more exciting and inclusive opportunities for people facing exceptional challenges in WA.
Are you worried about fundraising? We’ll help you every step of the way, giving you ideas, and set you up with some of our partners who will help you run fundraising events and meet your target.
Who can take part?
Whether you are a parent, carer, student, celebrity or just your average Jo, you can take part and make a difference.
This year we hope to have a bigger impact than ever!
Can my workplace, club, group or organisation take part?
Absolutely! You can register a team of four or nominate one person from your group to take the Plunge and all get on board to help them fundraise. To discuss getting your group involved contact Samantha Evans at email@example.com
How does it work?
Sign up to secure your spot. Cahoots only has 36 spots available and the event is sold out every year.
There is a $100 registration fee to sign up.
This incredible experience would ordinarily cost you $5,000, but instead of paying for your experience we are asking you to fundraise.
To participate in the event you must raise a minimum of $1,100 to support Cahoots families and kids.
Face and conquer Australia’s tallest urban charity abseil
Descend 220 meters down the Central Park.