Abseil 27 Floors. only 200 spots.

Friday 27 and Saturday 28 April 2018

Challenge yourself to abseil 27 floors in the Melbourne CBD on Friday 27 or Saturday 28 April to support kids in foster care.

27 Floors. 113 Metres. Full Training and Support. Only 200 Spots. Hurry.

Altitude Shift is an exciting fundraising event for individuals, teams or corporates to face your fears and get out of your comfort zone. You’ll enjoy a spectacular view of Melbourne before descending 113 metres down the St James building in an adrenaline pumping abseil in the heart of Melbourne.

Why? To support kids in foster care. Because these kids face fear each and every day - the fear of being in a new home, fear of being apart from family, fear for the future. Face your fears in Altitude Shift to support these kids to show them they are not forgotten.

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WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED SO FAR

Funds Raised
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Our Goal
$100,000
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Further Information

St James at 535 Bourke Street will host Altitude Shift on Friday, 27 and Saturday, 28 April 2018 from 8am to 5pm each day.

Participants can sign up as an individual or as part of a group, to undertake a personal challenge or to encourage team building.  Whatever the motivation, Altitude Shift will deliver a thrilling experience for a great cause.

Register now to get started and begin working towards the minimum fundraising component of $850 per person.  You will enjoy spectacular views of the Melbourne skyline before taking the plunge 113 metres back to street level.

Altitude Shift is limited to 200 places, so act now to secure your spot.  

Registered abseilers will receive ongoing event updates, support and details in the lead up to the event as well as on the day. For more information, please see the links below:

You can contact Anglicare Victoria on (03) 9412 6133 or via altitudeshift@anglicarevic.org.au

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