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You can help stop severe burns causing lifelong pain to children. In a split second, an accident can burn a child so severely they endure lifelong hurt and upset. Help fund the best possible treatment for children like Johanna to help them get better sooner and go home with their families.

Johanna, 4 years, burns

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You can make a difference to kids like Ruby who had neuroblastoma. There’s a lot you can do to support a child with an injury, serious illness or life threatening disease. You can donate money to help save precious young lives. Donate your time to make a difference at our children’s hospital. Or raise funds for vital life-saving research and equipment, spread smiles and support families like Ruby’s through difficult times.

Ruby, 5 years, neuroblastoma
(photo courtesy of Courier Mail)

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You can make a difference to kids like Finn who survived meningococcal disease. There’s a lot you can do to support a child with an injury, serious illness or life threatening disease. You can donate money to help save precious young lives. Donate your time to make a difference at our children’s hospital. Or raise funds for vital life-saving research and equipment, spread smiles and support families like Finn’s through difficult times.

Finn, 13 months, meningococcal disease
(photo courtesy of Sunshine Coast Daily)

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meet the kids

Finn

Follow Finn’s journey through the devastating effects of meningococcal disease, in a sudden life and death battle.
Follow Finn’s journey through the devastating effects of meningococcal disease, in a sudden life and death battle. (Finn, 13 months, meningococcal disease)

Jack

Twelve days after he was born, Jack had already had his first operation. What helped him survive?
Twelve days after he was born, Jack had already had his first operation. What helped him survive? (Jack, 15 months, omphalocele)

Bridget

How do you tell your three year old daughter that she has a rare type of cancer?
How do you tell your three year old daughter that she has a rare type of cancer? (Bridget, 3 years, acute myeloid leukaemia)

Ruby

Ruby’s story is an emotional rollercoaster ride. You won’t believe what she had to endure.
Ruby’s story is an emotional rollercoaster ride. You won’t believe what she had to endure. (Ruby, 4 years, neuroblastoma)

Our Partners

We are incredibly fortunate to work together with organisations committed to providing the best possible treatment, care and support to sick children and their families.

 
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Woolworths Woolworths has been working wonders for sick kids with us since 1986. With 240 stores and thousands of staff passionate about making a difference for patients and their families, Woolworths and their generous customers have donated more than $30 million to the Children’s Hospital Foundation from in-store fundraising, raffles, wall tokens and payroll giving.
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Golden Casket Since 1992, Golden Casket has donated millions of dollars to the Children’s Hospital Foundation. They are a strong supporter of our work and have funded some critical research programs that have had life changing impacts on sick kids and their families.
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hit105 In 2014 we celebrated the 20th year of the b105 Kids Christmas Appeal which has raised over $11 million for lifesaving equipment. Joining forces with the Brisbane community, the hit105 team continues to donate their time to make a difference and work wonders for sick kids.
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Big W In 54 stores throughout Queensland and northern NSW, Big W staff and customers generously donate their time and money to help sick kids. Through statewide raffles, wall tokens and payroll giving, Big W’s generous support has been invaluable in advancing vital respiratory research.
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The Coffee Club For more than 20 years, The Coffee Club has been committed to helping find a cure for childhood cancer. Their biennial charity ball raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for oncology research and in October 2014 they hosted a very special event – The Coffee Club Telethon Ball – raising much-needed funds in this very special year.
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Channel Nine 2014 introduced the first Channel Nine Children’s Hospital Telethon on Saturday 11 October 2014. This amazing event brought together the Queensland community and raised millions of dollars to invest in vital research, equipment and care programs for sick kids.

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Bede, 4 years, acute myeloid leukaemia