Category: Corporate Partners

Big W’s support and dedication for Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation was on display as they celebrated reaching the million dollar mark in funds raised for the kids of Western Australia.   On Thursday 5 September a special event was held in the Collegiate Lounge of Perth Children’s Hospital to deliver a huge thanks to the…

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Imagine your fear as your family is involved in a terrible car accident and your children are rushed to PMH, one of them critical with suspected brain and spinal injuries. Or your feelings of isolation as you spend yet another Christmas away from your family and friends back home in regional WA because your child…

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A world-first research project funded by Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation as a result of generous donations from donors is currently investigating how accurately WA children are being labelled as allergic to antibiotics. The $1.27m grant over three years is funding the Penicillin – “Yes Please!” or “No thank you!” project at Perth Children’s Hospital, which…

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Thanks to the generosity of long-term Foundation supporters ToyBox International and the incredible community spirit of those who participated in the 2016 Christmas Lights for Perth Children’s Hospital campaign, the hospital has taken delivery of a brand new NETS ambulance.  NETS stands for Newborn Emergency Transport Service; a specialist team of doctors and nurses solely…

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A new leadership program launched by Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation has exceeded fundraising targets exponentially, and has just scooped a major prize at the Fundraising Institute of Australia’s national award ceremony. The Emerging Leaders in Philanthropy (ELiP) program is comprised of 14 young professionals who have been partnered with mentors and speakers who are high profile…

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The Big Splash WA

October 10, 2016

Mental health is one of the top three most important issues for young Western Australians. Four times as many young people now present to Emergency Departments with mental health crises including repeated self-injury and attempted suicide compared to five years ago. Clinical experts recognise that although exercise has been demonstrated to be an effective treatment strategy…

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On Thursday 1 September we celebrated the achievements of our 2015/2016 Emerging Leaders in Philanthropy (ELiP) and welcomed our 2017 team to the program. Emerging Leaders in Philanthropy is an initiative that aims to stimulate collaborations between individuals and corporates, as well as other not-for-profit organisations, in order to achieve amazing outcomes for the broader…

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The Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Workplace Giving program is supported by people who make a difference to the health of kids in Western Australia, by donating a small, regular amount directly from their pay. Commonly, donors contribute between two and five dollars each week. These funds are pooled together for greater impact and in the…

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The Emerging Leaders in Philanthropy met with the Honourable Fred Chaney AO recently to discuss the complexity of the interrelationships between cultures and the need for collaborative, place-based, long term efforts to improve the lives of many Australians. Mr Chaney is a former Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party of Australia who, until April 2007,…

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The luxurious Crown Grand Ballroom was the scene of Perth’s premier charity boxing event on 13 May. The 2016 We Are Loans Royal Queensbury Championship (RQCC) run by Pink Tank Events pits twenty White Collar combatants against each other in the ring in order to raise funds for the benefit of Australian children. The chosen…

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