Join us at our 2021 Online-A-Thon!

 

Tune in to our Online-A-Thon at 6PM AEST tonight!!

Watch our livestream on Facebook or on Youtube.


We’re thrilled to invite you to our Online-A-Thon on 30 September, launching our 2021 crowdfunding campaign, Challenge for Climate!

We have big plans leading up to the federal election and beyond. We’re using the power of conversations to inspire thousands of people in politically significant areas to voice their concerns about climate change.

We’ll make it impossible for their elected representatives to ignore their concerns any longer, compelling our leaders to take the climate action we need. 

This is an urgent opportunity to secure meaningful climate policy – but we need your help to do it!

That’s why we would love you to tune in and support our Challenge for Climate campaign at the 2021 Online-A-Thon on Thursday 30 September!

By joining and supporting our event, you will play a crucial part in launching our campaign with the momentum we need to reach our ambitious goal of $300,000.

You can expect a night of remarkable entertainment with Judith Lucy, renowned comedian, actress and author, returning as our host!

She'll be joined by other wonderful guest speakers including:

  • Simon Toohey, Masterchef finalist
  • Rebecca Huntley, leading social change researcher
  • Sarah Wilson, best-selling author, journalist and TV presenter
  • Carol Ride, founder of Psychology for a Safe Climate
  • Dr. Simon Bradshaw, Acting Head of Research at The Climate Council

Stay tuned for the full guest list announcement!

You will also hear directly from the C4C team about the power of conversations and your impact, as well as hearing some great musical performances. 

While our Online-A-Thon is a free event, we hope you can help us make our crowdfunding campaign a huge success by donating to and sharing our campaign on the night.

We hope to see you there!

WHEN
September 30, 2021 at 6:00pm - 8:30pm
CONTACT
Lena Herrera Piekarski ·
616 RSVPS

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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of country throughout Australia, whose sovereignty was never ceded. We acknowledge that Indigenous peoples around the world are at the forefront of climate change, both in experiencing its effects and leading solutions for change. We pay our sincerest respects to all elders, past and present.