The charities being played for by this year’s cast of camp-mates on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! have been revealed.
The celebrity who wins the title of King or Queen earn a $100,000 for a charity of their choice.
According to Ten Daily, this year’s round of foundations include charities for cats, suicide and kids.
Disgraced former politician Sam Dastyari has turned his attention to furry critters, supporting the Cat Adoption Foundation.
Gogglebox star Angie Kent is playing for Mission Australia, a Christian charity that helps those in need.
Fellow Gogglebox chatterbox Yvie Jones supports Safe Pets, Safe Families, a charity that takes care of pets for people facing domestic violence and homelessness.
Former politician Jacqui Lambie is supporting Team Rubicon, which she told Ten Daily, is ‘for veterans and those who have served in other emergency services.’
AFL legend Dermott Brereton is representing the LifeChanger Foundation, which cares for the needs of teenagers at risk.
Model and Love Island star Justin Lacko is playing for the Kid’s Foundation, which aids kids with serious injuries and burns.
Former Biggest Loser host Ajay Rochester is supporting 4 ASD Kids, which raising funds for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
MasterChef winner Justine Schofield is playing for Share the Dignity, which raises money for homeless women and victims of domestic violence.
Former X-Factor host and actor Luke Jacobz is playing for Carrie Bickmore’s charity Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer, after losing his father to the disease.