Cloverdale trio conquers Central Park Plunge, raises thousands for charity


The Perron Group’s Alwin Bax, Belmont Forum Assistant Marketing Manager Stacie Thomson, Centre Manager Alexandra McAuliffe, and Head of Operations Brett Madalena at the Central Park Plunge.
The Perron Group’s Alwin Bax, Belmont Forum Assistant Marketing Manager Stacie Thomson, Centre Manager Alexandra McAuliffe, and Head of Operations Brett Madalena at the Central Park Plunge.

A TRIO of colleagues from Cloverdale have taken the plunge 220m down the city’s tallest skyscraper all in the name of charity.

The Fearless/Fearful Foursome from Belmont Forum raised thousands of dollars for Ronald McDonald House with their Central Park Plunge abseil.

“We were all very nervous standing up on the rooftop looking down the side of Central Park,” Centre Manager Alexandra McAuliffe said.

“But we did it as a team and we’re so thrilled to have raised over $8000 for Ronald McDonald House Perth.

“We’ll be back next year.”

The house provides a safe and comfortable place for families to stay together during their child’s hospital treatment.

The Central Park Plunge raised more than $560,000 for Ronald McDonald House, the Fiona Wood Foundation, the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia and Cahoots.

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