Stay this close
to the fight.
Get involved #KidTakeover
Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation is launching what life. is really like through a child’s eyes. Show us what being real and raw looks like for you. Ask your child, or someone else’s, to photograph you and publish it with out hashtag #PCHFKidTakeover
6 simple step to help:
- Follow @pchfwa on Instagram
- Get your photo taken by a child
- Tell us what you’re doing, who took the pic
- Add our campaign tagline and hashtag: Keeping it real for WA’s sickest kids. Help PCHF stay this close to the fight, donate today #PCHFkidtakeover
- Tag @pchfwa so we can share your posts and tag your mates to join in!
- Publish to your channels
On behalf of our children, we thank you.
Together, we can continue to support sick and innocent children who fight for their lives each and everyday.
Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation fuels the fight at the frontline of children’s healthcare. We are the official and largest funder of Perth Children’s Hospital and the wider Child and Adolescent Health Service after Government. In the past 25 years we’ve contributed over $92 million with a further $21 million committed over the next five years… read more.
As Western Australia emerged from the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic, the insights we gained about the incredible work of paediatric researchers, clinicians and nurses reaffirmed to us the critical importance of our work.
We are uniquely placed, working closely with those on the frontline of children’s healthcare, to identify the areas of greatest need and what is going to drive the most impact.
This closeness has seen Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation again set a record in grant funding… read more.
2020-21 was another record-breaking year for the Foundation, with funded grants totalling over $8.9 million. This gives us the ability to fund change, and make significant inroads in helping transform kids healthcare in WA that comes from:
Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, the Whadjuk Noongar people and the Aboriginal people of the many traditional lands and language groups of Western Australia. We acknowledge the wisdom of Aboriginal Elders both past and present, and pay respect to them and Aboriginal communities of today.