South Coast residents are being encouraged to nominate their local bushfire hero - from those in the emergency services, to the volunteers serving the community to the residents and businesses impacted by the bushfires - for an starring role in an episode of Australia’s socially conscious television show, ‘Adventure All Stars’.
Producers of ‘Adventure All Stars’ say "From across the country, 12 Aussie bushfire heroes will be honoured with an all-expenses paid, fun-filled six-day luxury adventure at a secret Australian destination. Not only will their adventure be packed full of once-in-a-lifetime experiences but it will filmed as an entire television episode of the next ‘Adventure All Stars’ travel series which will air nationally later this year*."
The one hour episode of ‘Adventure All Stars’, created by Australia’s Charity TV Global, will be filmed across Australia including in many of the regions impacted by this summer’s bushfires to encourage and stimulate local tourism.
“Throughout this summer we have heard of many inspiring stories of young and old South Coast bushfire heroes – now is the time for us to thank them for their community spirit by rewarding them with this once-in-a-lifetime ‘Adventure All Stars’ experience. "Not only will this special TV project recognise our bushfire heroes, but it will showcase the beauty of Australia and the parts of the country that were sadly affected by the bushfires – it will serve to remind Australians that these locations are very much open for business and we need to be holidaying at home”, said Charity TV Global Founder, Troy Gray.
"Charity TV Global’s unique casting process for ‘Adventure All Stars’ typically requires cast members to undertake a fundraising journey however in this instance, these 12 Australians will enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience courtesy of the generosity of Charity TV Global’s sponsors."
Additionally all net proceeds raised via sponsors from this particular TV project will be gifted to BlazeAid - a volunteer-based organisation that works with families and individuals in rural Australia after natural disasters such as fires and floods.
Charity TV Global is now accepting nominations for ‘Adventure All Stars’ – and is seeking individuals who have shown courage and community spirit throughout the bushfire crisis.
Nominations are open until Sunday March 1 2020 midnight AEDT – nominations can be made at www.charitytvglobal.com
*Broadcast details subject to change About BlazeAid
Working alongside the rural families, BlazeAid volunteers help to rebuild fences and other structures that have been damaged or destroyed. Equally important, volunteers also help to lift the spirits of people who are often facing their second or third flood event after years of drought, or devastating losses through bushfires. BlazeAid volunteers work in a disaster-affected area for many months, not only helping individuals and families, but also helping rebuild the local communities.