Helping others does have its rewards, and they can be life changing.

Charity World Youth International is looking for 10 people wanting to challenge themselves by raising much needed funds for the organisation, while in the process be rewarded with a week of fun, achievement, self-discovery and money can't buy experiences, all recorded for the national TV Series "Life Changing Adventures".

World Youth International supports health care programs and infrastructure in Kenya and Nepal with the aid of Australian nurses and young people wanting to make a difference.

World Youth International, who has been selected as the Victorian charity for a national TV series "Life Changing Adventures", is currently looking for applicants to participate in our Victorian Adventure Team. If you are up for adventure and aged between 18 and 60 we want YOU.

If selected you will become the stars of our Life Changing Adventure TV episode. Part of the team will take on the challenge to change lives during a week-long mystery adventure with a celebrity host and film crew.

Having raised over $2.6 million for charities in the last 5 years, Charity Adventure TV's "Life Changing Adventures" series in 2015 is set to be bigger and better with more amazing experiences than ever before, with a National TV audience.

Open Casting / Information Session to be held at The George White Bar and Gallery, 129 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda On Friday Feb 27th with call backs for shortlisted applicants on Saturday the 28th. RSVP Essential

Interested in attending our information evening?

Register Now

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Warren Wilson


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* As a charity we also talk about fundraising as well as program costs. In addition to your $2295 program fee, you will be required to raise $2,200 to support the community development work of your program and WYI's global projects, to ensure we can create lasting positive change.

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