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$50,000 Goal
7% of Goal
$3,500 Raised

Welcome to the QV1 Descent!

The aim of the QV1 Descent is to raise much needed funds to support the important work we do in providing social, recreational and sporting opportunities for people with disabilities.

Research shows there is a 30% participation gap in sport, recreation and social programs between people with a physical disability and their able bodied peers. Our aim is to narrow this gap. We want children and adults with a physical disability to have the same opportunities as their able bodied peers. Having a disability should not impact on your ability to lead a full and happy life.

The Descent

The QV1 is WA's highest single pitch building Abseil which challenges people to confront their fears and abseil down 40 storeys while raising funds for Rebound WA. The main aims of the QV1 Descent are to:

- Raise much needed funds to help us continue the work we do; and

- Raise awareness of the work we do in the community.

How can the funds I raise help?

- $1,000 – Represents the average cost of a young child with a disability and their family to attend a recreational camp for the weekend to participate in a fantastic range of inclusive activities and games.

- $2,000 – Can allow a Rebound WA staff member and athlete to attend a rehabilitation hospital to introduce in-patients to the world of disability sports and the opportunities available.

- $5,000 – Represents the cost of a hand-cycle we loan to children and adults to regain their independence following a life changing injury – it starts them on their journey of building a new life

What next?

To join us in this exciting Descent, there are 3 simple steps you will need to take:

1. Click on the 'Sign Up' button above.

2. Follow the easy step-by-step instructions to complete your account.

3. Reach your fundraising goal and either abseil or zipline down an iconic Perth building with spectacular views.

Top Fundraisers

Candy Choo$470.00
Alex Raynes-Goldie$458.79
Luke Heath$280.00

Top Teams