Adventure reality TV contestant raising $ 10,000 for selected charity

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Rebecca Dearden has been selected for the Adventure All Stars reality TV show.

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Rebecca Dearden has been selected for the Adventure All Stars reality TV show.

A Taranaki woman has been selected for the adventure of a lifetime. But first she has to raise $ 10,000.

Rebecca Dearden has been selected for an upcoming reality TV show titled All star adventure, which pushes candidates to experience the ultimate adventure across the country.

Before filming, each candidate has 10 months to raise $ 10,000 for a charity.

Inglewood’s mother decided to apply for the show after an email hit her inbox last year from Keep New Zealand Beautiful to see if anyone wanted to represent them.

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“For the past 10 years, I have organized Keep New Zealand Beautiful cleaning weeks for the staff,” said PowerCo’s environmental manager.

“And I just thought, why not put my name in there and see what happens and have the experience of seeing different parts of New Zealand and doing things that I don’t necessarily do on my own? , and at the same time doing good for the community and raising funds for an organization.

The show will be filmed in a week’s time and contestants will have no idea where they are going or what they will be doing until the day it begins.

But Dearden still has five months to raise the $ 10,000 needed for his charity. So far, she has raised $ 2,500.

“It’s a little intimidating,” she said.

On March 12 and 13, she is organizing movie nights on the big screen with food trucks in Waitara.

Tickets will cost $ 10 and $ 35 for a family of four. They will go on sale on Trybooking.com once the films have been selected and the public screening license approved, she said.

Then, on April 17, she organized a casino night and auction at the New Plymouth Club.

It will offer casino style games played with Monopoly type money.

A $ 50 ticket will include dinner, play money for the casino, drink and the opportunity to bid on auction items, which includes a Michaela Blyde Commonwealth Sevens Rugby Games jersey

This event is now online for ticket sales, and she was hoping the community would support her.


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