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The Foundation on the frontline

Helping precious young lives.

You’re a fundamental part of our vision for healthy, happy kids. We rely on our generous donors, corporate partners, dedicated volunteers and enthusiastic fundraisers to help make a last impact on the healthcare of WA’s sick children. Get involved today to help sick kids live their healthiest, happiest lives. 

From a simple one-off donation or by regular giving, your impact can make a big difference to the kids we support.

Fundraising is one of the most powerful and enjoyable ways you can get you and your community involved with our Foundation.

You can visit us in-store, have a gift delivered to a child in hospital, or even sent to your home. However you’d like to shop, all proceeds go to the Foundation. It’s the gift that gives twice!

By involving yourself in our events, you can support our fundraising efforts to keep kids happy and healthy.

Your time is one of the most valuable gifts you can give. Whatever your skill set, we’ve got an opportunity to suit you.

Leaving a gift in your will is a generous way to ensure a lasting, generational change to the health outcomes for kids in your community.

The impact of your support.

PCHF Volunteers Nancy and Janet

Retail therapy.

Meet Janet and Nancy, the thrifty duo who’ve raised $300,000 for WA’s sick kids through their in-hospital one-stop-shop. For over 25 years, PCHF supporters Janet Reynolds and Nancy Chiam have dedicated countless hours to fundraising for WA’s sick kids. Janet, raised in Yorkshire, and Nancy, originally from Singapore, have forged a two-decade bond through their

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Early Moves: Major recruitment milestone for Aus-first study.

Patient recruitment is officially closed for Early Moves, one of the biggest and longest-running studies of its kind. Around 3,000 babies were successfully recruited into the Australian-first study over the past four years, with researchers investigating whether a baby’s early movements can predict learning difficulties later in childhood.   The WA-led study – which is part-funded

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Sandcastles construction begins!

PCHF has revealed the name of Western Australia’s first children’s hospice: Sandcastles (Boodja Mia). Construction on WA’s first children’s hospice, Sandcastles (Boodja Mia) has now officially begun, with the state-of-the-art facility anticipated to open in late 2025. An ode to the therapeutic healing properties of the sun, sea, sand, and ocean breeze; Sandcastles is inspired

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Greenspace officially open!

A new $4 million nature-space at the QEII Medical Centre (QEIIMC) campus officially opened this February. Located at the base of the Kids’ Bridge next to Perth Children’s Hospital, the upgraded space provides much-needed respite for staff and patients – particularly frequent and long-term patients and families – as well as opportunities for play, learning

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Just chilling: Improved cooling equipment for at-risk newborns.

New state-of-the-art cooling equipment at King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEMH) is helping more WA newborns affected by lack of oxygen during birth to access life-changing ‘hypothermia treatment’. The Arctic Sun Temperature Management System – funded by PCHF, thanks to support from Principal Partner Mineral Resources (MinRes) via Channel 7 Telethon Trust – is used to

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Give kids like Cameron the gift of nature this Christmas.

Meet Cameron (7), he loves playing footy, cars, and being outside in nature. Shortly after birth, he was whisked away for heart surgery, and later diagnosed with Kabuki syndrome, a rare disease causing extensive medical issues affecting his eyes, hearing, kidneys, heart, and muscles. Cameron, mum Sarah and sister Bailee, now visit PCH 2-3 times

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