All the Charities the Stars Are Playing for on “I’m a Celebrity” 2024

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Get ready for another wild ride of celebrity shenanigans, jungle challenges, and feel-good moments. If you’re into reality TV and love seeing celebs rough it out in the wild, then get excited, because “I’m A Celebrity” is officially back for 2024. Below, find out all the “I’m A Celebrity” charities.

Our fresh batch of celebs have swapped their plush lifestyles for the jungle. They’ve been stripped of their comforts, thrown into challenges to earn their meals, and they’re ready to entertain us all with their antics and unexpected friendships.

What makes it even better? Well, there’s a charitable twist. The winner gets to donate $100,000 to a charity they care about. It’s not just about bragging rights; it’s about making a difference. Remember last season? Liz Ellis took home the crown. She donated her winnings to Share the Dignity, a charity dedicated to providing menstrual products for those in need.

Related: Meet All the Stars Entering the Jungle on “I’m A Celebrity” 2024

Now, this season’s lineup is stacked with reality stars, sports legends, and Aussie TV faves. They’re gearing up to face the jungle’s challenges, from creepy crawlies to surprise twists, all to snag that Jungle King or Queen title.

Let’s take a peek at the charities these celebrities are playing for.

What Charities the Celebrities Representing in “I’m A Celebrity” 2024?

Brittany Hockley | RizeUp Australia

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RizeUp Australia is a national organisation that works in partnership with domestic violence agencies to enhance the service options they provide. They help women escape dangerous situations and help give them a fresh start with housing, donations, help and appliances.

Callum Hole | Movember

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Movember raises funds and awareness for men’s health — specifically prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

Candice Warner | Dolly’s Dream

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Dolly’s Dream is committed to changing the culture of bullying by addressing the impact of bullying, anxiety, depression and youth suicide, through education and direct support to young people and families.

Ellie Cole | Challenge

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Challenge supports children and families living with cancer. They bring happiness back into the families through therapy, hospital support, accomodation as well as social support through camps, activities and support groups.

Frankie Muniz | Dementia Australia

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Dementia Australia provide tons of information about dementia, from general information to information for risk reduction, as well as resources to help educate on dementia.

Khanh Ong | Minus18 Youth

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Minus18 Youth help LGBTQIA+ youth feel included. Minus18 educates schools, parents, communities and throw events to help people find others in the community.

Michelle Bridges | Women’s Community Shelters

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Women’s Community Shelters take women and children in to provide safety and assist in creating a new life.

Peter Daicos | Flicker of Hope

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Flicker of Hope Foundation raises funds for Neurofibromatosis medical research.

Skye Wheatley | Bully Zero

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Bully Zero is Australia’s leading bullying prevention charity. It was begun by founder Ali Halkic after his son tragically died by suicide after falling victim to cyber bullying.

Stephen K Amos | Banksia Palliative Care Service

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Banksia Palliative Care Service is a not-for-profit organisation and the sole Victorian State Government funded community palliative care service. Banksia provides free home based palliative care for children and adults living with a progressive terminal illness.

Tristan MacManus | Little Legs Foundation

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Little Legs raise funds for awareness and help aid in the fight to find a cure of brain cancer by supporting organisations such as the Charlie Teo Foundation.

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