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Qantas Pathfinders fundraising support soars

A fantastically fun fundraising effort by Qantas Pathfinders saw the return of their annual Revue which raised a record $170,000 for NextSense.
Photo of the Qantas Pathfinders Revue cast and crew on set
  • Vision
  • Hearing

Over six days, talented Qantas staff, cabin crew, pilots, and friends generously volunteered their time and talents for the Pathfinders Revue, a riotous show held at North Sydney Leagues Club (Norths).

The Revue was back after more than two-years on hold due to the pandemic. And it didn’t disappoint, with guests entertained with a topical blend of material—singing and dancing, cheeky skits, and laugh-out-loud moments. It was a great show full of standout moments of comedy and talented singing by the cast who took a humorous look at the past two years from the Qantas crew perspective.

Since our partnership with Qantas Pathfinders began in 1967, the passionate volunteers have raised over $8 million exclusively for NextSense, to help us continue to go further and to provide great services for children with vision and/or hearing loss and their families.

Over more than 50 years, Pathfinders has hosted a range of fundraising events, including the annual Charity Flight—which this year had its 20th anniversary flight—the Revue, and the Annual Joey Joy-flight for children with hearing and/or vision loss and others.

Their support has helped us go further in building expert teams around each of the people we support – right across Australia. From early intervention to allied health and education, our team works with children, adults, and their families to achieve their own unique goals.

The support of Qantas Pathfinders and our generous donors makes a real difference in helping us deliver best-practice services for people with hearing or vision loss.

Thank you, Qantas Pathfinders, for your ongoing support spanning half a century, you have made the difference for countless Australians.

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