This Friday Mark Fitzpatrick, CEO of Telethon Speech and Hearing, is rappelling himself off the QV1 building in Perth to raise funds for Telethon Speech and Hearing and the vital work they do.
The Crommelin Group is proudly supporting Mark and his team with a $5000 donation to participate in the QV1 Descent 2020. The aim is for participants to abseil or zip line descent down the 43 storey (160m) QV1 building, face their fears and fundraise for charity.
Telethon Speech and Hearing brings together services to support children and families affected by hearing, speech and language impairment to communicate in ways that empower them to live fulfilling lives.
The Crommelin family is one of the founding families of the Telethon Speech and Hearing organisation and have supported the cause for many years. Terry and Audrey Crommelin’s daughter Jennifer was one of the first students to attend the school and the Crommelin Family Centre at the Wembley Campus proudly bears the Crommelin name.
From all the team at The Crommelin Group, we send the best of luck to Mark and his team for jumping off the QV1 building and raising invaluable funds for Telethon Speech and Hearing. There is still time to get behind this great cause and make a donation here.