We Abseiled Off Perth’s Tallest Building & Raised $10,279 For MSWA

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Our Central Park Plunge For MSWA Raised $10,279 For Those Living With Neurological Conditions

So Perth and Globe 24-7 recently joined forces to raise funds and awareness for MSWA by participating in the Central Park Plunge, an annual event held in Perth’s CBD. 

The Central Park Plunge, run by Zenith Events, allows individuals and teams the chance to abseil from the top of Central Park Tower (the Rio Tinto building) as a way of raising funds for charities. It’s Perth’s tallest building and a 220-metre abseil to get to the bottom. 

Last Sunday (November 14th) was the big day! We faced our fears, unleashed our inner adrenaline junkies, and abseiled from the very top of the building. 

In fitting fashion (pun intended), we set ourselves a target of raising $10,000. If we reached this mark, we committed to taking the plunge dressed in Spiderman suits. 

Well, target achieved! We raised a massive $10,279.75 for MSWA and rocked the Spidey suits. 

We Abseiled Off Perth’s Tallest Building & Raised $10,279 For MSWA
The So Perth x Globe 24-7 team of fundraisers. From left to right: Gerard Joseph, Rhiannon Compton from Globe 24-7, and Jason Balchand from So Perth.

In total, across all plungers, MSWA was able to raise $94,684.82 which is absolutely massive. 

All money raised will go towards helping people living with neurological conditions in Western Australia, by providing vital support services and research funding. Find out more about MSWA here


An Annual Event For Charity

The Central Park Plunge runs in November every year. If you enjoy challenging yourself while giving back to the community, we’d strongly encourage you to consider signing up for next year’s event. 

You can choose the charity you’d like to support. This year’s event supported MSWA, the Fiona Wood Foundation, Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, Cahoots, Guide Dogs WA, Camp Quality, Anglicare WA, 12 Buckets, and Fair Game. 

Over the last six years, this event has raised more than $3,286,800 and the aim was to hit $350,000 in this year’s plunge. 

In total, this year they raised $531,283 for charity – hats off to everyone involved in making that happen!

We Abseiled Off Perth’s Tallest Building & Raised $10,279 For MSWA

A Huge Thank You To The Businesses Who Supported Us

A special shout out to the businesses who helped support us and MSWA all the way to the end. It really does mean a lot to us and MSWA that these businesses didn’t hesitate to help our fundraising efforts.

Globe 24-7 – an international HR Consulting and Talent Acquisition firm supporting the global mining industry. They strategically partner with their clients to deliver people solutions so that their clients can focus on what they do best – develop and operate world-class mines.

Sneakers & Jeans – A multi-award-winning hospitality operator made up of energetic, passionate rockstars who thrive on creating some of Perth’s most exciting and original venues, events and collaborations. 


W Churchill – A purveyor of refined Australian pub dining and home to more than 100 gins, W Churchill is located in the heart of Perth CBD as a haven for gin lovers and foodies alike.

Bar Lafayette – Recently awarded WA’s best cocktail bar by Bartender Magazine, Bar Lafayette is renowned for its artisanal cocktail creations.

A Massive Shoutout To Our Readers, Followers And Friends

All of this would not be possible without the support of our awesome community. That means you.  

Thank you to everyone who made a donation towards our cause – big or small, every single dollar counts towards making a difference. ❤️

But Wait! You Can Still Donate

If you didn’t get a chance to donate already, there’s still time – you can continue to make donations until midnight on Wednesday, the 24th of November. 

And even if you have already donated, what’s a little bit extra for a great cause? 


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