Which charities are the celebrities competing for on I’m A Celebrity 2024?

The winner will receive $100,000 for their chosen charity.
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We’re loving the hilarious celebrities, tough challenges, and interesting dynamics between contestants on this year’s season of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia.

But the celebrities aren’t competing for themselves – they’re playing to win $100,000 for a charity of their choice.

The celebrities are trying to win money for their chosen charities. (Image: Channel 10)

Watching a variety of sports stars, chefs, influencers and television stars swap out their luxurious lifestyles for bare necessities in the jungle is highly entertaining.

Not only that, but seeing them compete in ridiculous and frightening challenges to earn their meals as well as form unexpected friendships with one another, has us looking forward to every upcoming episode.

What makes it even better is that the winning celebrity donates $100,000 to a charity close to their heart.

Below, we detail all of the charities the celebrities have chosen to compete for on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia 2024.

(Channel 10)

Brittany Hockley


Brittany chose RizeUp Australia which is an organisation working with families affected by domestic violence.

They have created a variety of programs designed to support and empower the families.

(Channel 10)

Callum Hole


Callum chose Movember which is the leading charity changing the face of men’s health.

The charity aims to address the crisis of men dying on average 4.5 years earlier than women, and accelerate change.

(Channel 10)

Candice Warner

Dolly’s Dream

Dolly’s Dream is committed to changing the culture of bullying through addressing the impact of bullying on anxiety, depression and youth suicide.

Candice chose this organisation as it provides education as well as direct support to young people and families.

(Channel 10)

Denise Drysdale

Gotcha 4 Life

Gotcha4Life was the charity chosen by Denise, and is a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to building a mentally fit future. 

They create preventative mental fitness campaigns, workshops, programs and resources in schools, sports clubs, workplaces and communities around the country.

(Channel 10)

Ellie Cole


Challenge is a charity close to Ellie’s heart, as they are dedicated to supporting kids with cancer.

The support they offer is free and immediate, and is designed to lighten the cancer journey by addressing the practical, social, and emotional needs of affected families.

(Channel 10)

Frankie Muniz

Dementia Australia

Frankie’s chosen charity is Dementia Australia. They respond to the challenges of dementia for those living with it as well as their families and carers.

They advocate to government, support vital research, and equip communities with tools and knowledge to make society more dementia-friendly.

(Channel 10)

Khanh Ong

Minus18 Youth

Minus18 Youth aims to improve the lives of LGBTQIA+ youth in Australia, and it a charity close to Khanh’s heart.

They are dedicated to making young people feel safe, empowered and surrounded by support.

(Channel 10)

Michelle Bridges

Women’s Community Shelters

Women’s Community Shelters are working to establish a safe, secure, supported and equal country.

Michelle’s chosen charity works with communities to establish new shelters for women in need in Australia.

(Channel 10)

Peter Daicos

Flicker of Hope

Flicker of Hope is a charity raising awareness and funding for research for neurofibromatosis.

Neurofibromatosis is a genetic disorder that can cause tumours, cancer, epilepsy and many other issues. There is also currently no cure.

(Channel 10)

Skye Wheatley

Bully Zero

Skye’s chosen foundation Bully Zero is Australia’s leading bully prevention charity.

The organisation focuses on education, advocacy and support to prevent and reduce bullying in Australia.

(Channel 10)

Stephen K Amos

Banksia Palliative Care Service

Banksia Palliative Care Service is a not-for-profit organisation that provides no-cost services to clients and carers.

For more than 30 years the charity has provided free home-based palliative care for people living with a progressive terminal illness.

(Channel 10)

Tristan MacManus

Little Legs Foundation

LIttle Legs Foundation was created in honour of Alegra who passed away from brain cancer when she was just six years old.

The charity chosen by Tristan wants to spread a message of hope and compassion.

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