Thank you $100 Million.
This year we are proudly celebrating a momentous milestone: $100 million in grants to the Perth Children’s Hospital and wider Child and Adolescent Health Service since our modern beginning in 1998.
Since 1998, we’ve been transforming children’s healthcare. We’ve funded countless ground-breaking studies, made coming to hospital a more positive experience, secured the latest equipment and technology, and lured some of the world’s best medical minds to join us right here in WA.
To everyone that’s been a part of our journey – thanks $100 million, we couldn’t have done it without you. You are, and will forever be, a piece of a life changing puzzle. While our story has its origins more than 100 years ago, when visionary early fundraising efforts established WA’s first children’s hospital in 1909, it was in 1998 that the Foundation as we know it today was established as the hospital’s official fundraiser. We’re closer to the frontline of children’s health than any other charity and direct grants straight to Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH) and the wider Child and Adolescent Health Service to help sick children get well and stay well.
Our financial impact.
Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation proudly fuels the fight on the frontline of children’s health care, helping sick children get well and stay well.
By working closely with those on the frontline, the Foundation has an in-depth understanding of what clinicians, researchers and families need to ensure we make a tangible impact where it counts most.
We are the official and largest funder of Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH) and the wider Child and Adolescent Health Service (CAHS) after Government and are now the fourth largest philanthropic foundation in WA.
With the help of our generous partners, this 2022/2023 financial year we have provided PCH and CAHS with grant funding to the amount of $7.99 million, giving WA’s sick children and young people access to world-class care that comes from:
*SNAP-PY@PCH is also funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and is administered by The University of Western Australia on behalf of the Telethon Kids Institute.