Michelle Thomas, Dr Chui Chong, Dr Anna Gubbay and Rebecca Barber

Perth’s top brokers cash in for a cause.

Perth’s top brokers cash in for a cause.

Euroz Hartleys raised $300,000 for three local WA charities, including PCHF, during its annual Commission for a Cause event.

This month, the Euroz Hartleys team hit the trading floor for their annual Commission for a Cause event, raising funds for PCHF which will assist in the purchase of state-of-the-art equipment and technology for the Emergency Department and Kids Rehab WA at PCH.

Thanks to Euroz Hartleys Foundation, PCHF can purchase a cutting-edge, portable, simulation training manikin – the Sim Baby – which will enable on-the-spot scenarios to be carried out by the Emergency Department team at Perth Children’s Hospital.

The PCHF team were joined at the Commission for a Cause event by PCH Emergency Consultant and Simulation Lead, Dr Chui Chong, and Kids Rehab WA Head of Department, Dr Anna Gubbay, who helped to explain the enormous impact that the donated brokerage commissions will have on healthcare outcomes for WA’s sick kids.

Watch below to hear Dr Chui Chong describe the value that the realistic new Sim Baby manikin will have on training practices for Emergency Department staff.

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Andrew McKenzie, Executive Chairman at Euroz Hartleys, said: “From the moment trading opened at 8am, the event created a real buzz. Many of our large institutional clients timed their trades so that they could make a difference, knowing that the brokerage commissions were going to worthy charities.

“We’re enormously grateful to our clients and to our staff who demonstrate that, by working together, great things can be achieved for the WA community.”

PCHF CEO Carrick Robinson said it was the organisation’s sixth year partnering with Euroz Hartleys.

“We are very appreciative of the significant contribution that Euroz Hartleys, Euroz Hartleys Foundation, and their clients have made a to the important work that PCHF does on the frontline of children’s healthcare over the years.”

He added: “This year, funds raised will make a huge difference to clinicians in highly stressful emergency situations. Having access to state-of-the-art training tools like the Sim Baby, will be a game-changer, resulting in better outcomes for WA kids in emergency situations.”

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