The Children’s Hospital Foundation proudly nurtures and develops partnerships with businesses, community groups and individuals. These partnerships fund many services that make life a little easier for sick kids and their families.
An affiliation with the Foundation provides our partners with positive opportunities to promote their support within their own communities. As well as engaging valuable internal and external communication.
To celebrate the opening of the new Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Channel Nine is hosting a state-wide telethon to raise much-needed funds for vital research, equipment and services to help sick kids throughout Queensland. We have an ambitious target to raise $10 million this first year and will need the full support of the Queensland community to get behind us.
As part of the Channel Nine Children’s Hospital Telethon, The Coffee Club is hosting an extra special charity ball, giving their full support to helping sick kids in this very special year. Don’t miss your chance to attend one of the largest and most vibrant charity gala events in Queensland.
On Monday 13 October 2014 a group of dedicated riders and supporters will set off on a nine day bike ride over 1200kms from Sydney to Brisbane to raise money for sick kids. Riders and crew will be stopping at Newcastle, Muswellbrook, Tamworth, Armidale, Glen Innes, Warwick, Ipswich, and will cross the finish line on Tuesday 21 October at the Royal Children's Hospital in Brisbane.
Challenge yourself to a fun run, mud run, triathlon or marathon this year – and do it to bring health and happiness to sick kids all around Queensland. When you register for your challenge event, sign up to fundraise for the Children’s Hospital Foundation and raise money for sick kids. There are so many events and opportunities; you can choose whichever you like and get started straight away.
Join our monthly giving community by making a regular donation to the Children's Hospital Foundation. By doing so you will be supporting the many little patients that need weeks, months, and sometimes years of treatment.