Nine has confirmed a $100,000 prize for a charity chosen by the winner of Celebrity Apprentice Australia.
The prize is the same amount awarded last time it screened on Nine in 2015, and comes on top of the money raised across the series.
The show featuring Lord Alan Sugar and advisors Lorna Jane Clarkson and Janine Allis, will air on Nine in 2021.
Chosen charities are:
- The Veronicas – The Brain Foundation
- Ross Noble – Australian Red Cross – Disaster Response and Recovery Fund
- Shaynna Blaze – Voice of Change
- David Genat – The Garvan Institute
- Martha Kalifatidis – Bully Zero
- Rob Shehadie – Save Our Sons
- Camilla Franks – National Breast Cancer Foundation
- Anthony Callea – Children’s Cancer Foundation
- Alex Hayes – Batyr
- Michelle Bridges – Women’s Community Shelters
- Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli – Cooper Rice-Brading Foundation
- Olivia Vivian – Melanoma Institute Australia
- Josh Gibson – My Room
- Scherri-Lee Biggs – Dress For Success Perth
Celebrity Apprentice Australia is produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia for the Nine Network, based on the format created by Mark Burnett and distributed by MGM.