Let's transform the lives of sick children
Your involvement is the driving force behind Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation. We depend on generous donors, corporate partners, dedicated volunteers and enthusiastic fundraisers to keep us on the frontline of children’s health.
There are a number of ways you can get involved with Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation, to help make a lasting impact on the lives of WA’s sick kids to ensure they can live their happiest and healthiest 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
Amazon Goes Gold Pjammin’ Initiative raises $45,000 for the Foundation! Our friends at Amazon Perth Fulfilment Centre wore their pyjamas to work as part of the annual Amazon Goes Gold Pjammin’ initiative and in doing so managed to raise an incredible $45,000 for the Foundation. The Amazon Goes Gold Pjammin’ initiative helps to raise awareness
Officeworks Round up to Make a Difference campaign has raised $140,000 over just one month to support Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation and WA’s sick children. The nationwide Round up to Make a Difference initiative gave customers the choice to round up their purchase in-store or donate online, with Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation being the chosen
Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) is an autoimmune condition where the body destroys the cells that produce insulin. A person with T1D requires lifelong administration of insulin and the regulation of blood glucose. Insulin administration for people with T1D is either by multiple daily injections (which can be traumatic on the child and family) or by
“I know that the pumps are expensive, and a lot of families can’t afford them. I hope that every child with T1D has access to the same opportunities as I have and can receive the pump.” – Lucia, 15 years old and living with Type 1 Diabetes. Hi I’m Lucia! When mum told me that
Jed had just celebrated his third birthday, and while most other children his age were embracing this milestone happy and carefree, he was adjusting to a new normal he could not understand and found terrifying. Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D), Jed had begun a routine of around-the-clock insulin injections and finger pricks. The treatment
Big W is gearing up to help support Perth Children’s Hospital and our littlest patients this Easter. Every year, the Foundation is fortunate to have the support of Big W across their stores in Western Australia to help support WA’s sick kids through our numerous Appeals. Over the past 16 years, Big W and their