Help sick kids like Ava fight brain cancer

Help sick kids like Ava fight brain cancer

Working wonders

The Children’s Hospital Foundation is the charity dedicated to raising funds for Queensland’s sickest kids, proudly working alongside the Queensland Children’s Hospital and state-wide with Children’s Health Queensland. The Children’s Hospital Foundation works wonders for sick and injured kids by providing support and entertainment for children and their families in the hospital and funding vital research and new equipment.

Wonder warriors

Discover the stories of some extraordinary kids known as our “Wonder Warriors”. They are brave, inspiringing, determined, funny, caring and truly amazing.

Fundraise for sick kids

Discover the many ways to raise money to help sick kids. Whether it’s running a marathon, holding a morning tea, selling raffle tickets, or hosting a sausage sizzle, every donation helps work wonders for sick kids.

Patient and family support

Supporting sick kids and families every step of the way. Our patient and family support team have been improving the hospital experience for sick kids and their families for more than 30 years, helping them to cope during an emotional and at times uncertain journey. Learn more 

Woolworths Centre

Most Australian children do not receive adequate nutrition in their diet and poor nutrition has a significant impact on a range of health outcomes. We need more research to understand why, and that identifies where and how we can improve access to healthy diets. . The Woolworths Centre for Childhood Nutrition Research harnesses the combined resources of experts who can improve the health and life prospects for children.

Brain Cancer Centre

Despite advances in other types of childhood cancer, survival rates for brain cancer have made little progress over the past 30 years. The Children’s Brain Cancer Centre aims to change that. This Centre brings together the ‘best of the best’ in paediatric brain cancer research to bring new hope to children and young people fighting this devastating disease.

Visit the Children’s Brain Cancer Centre website to find out more.

Woolworths Centre

Most Australian children do not receive adequate nutrition in their diet and poor nutrition has a significant impact on a range of health outcomes. We need more research to understand why, and that identifies where and how we can improve access to healthy diets. . The Woolworths Centre for Childhood Nutrition Research harnesses the combined resources of experts who can improve the health and life prospects for children.

Brain Cancer Centre

Despite advances in other types of childhood cancer, survival rates for brain cancer have made little progress over the past 30 years. The Children’s Brain Cancer Centre aims to change that. This Centre brings together the ‘best of the best’ in paediatric brain cancer research to bring new hope to children and young people fighting this devastating disease.

Visit the Children’s Brain Cancer Centre website to find out more.

Woolworths Centre

In 2018, through the incredible support of Woolworths, the Children’s Hospital Foundation launched the Woolworths Centre for Childhood Nutrition Research.

Ian Frazer Centre

Ian Frazer Centre for Children’s Immunotherapy research. A future immune to children’s cancer. Australia’s first dedicated children’s immunotherapy research centre.

Brain Cancer Centre

The Children’s Brain Cancer Centre is Australia’s first research initiative solely focused on paediatric brain cancer, treatment, and survivorship.

Play for Purpose

Support sick kids in our Play for Purpose draw. Be in with the chance to WIN big! Tickets $10, draw closes on 10th June. 

News and events

Keep up to date with all our latest news and events and read about the wonders you work for sick kids.

Play for Purpose

Support sick kids in our Play for Purpose draw. Be in with the chance to WIN big! Tickets $10, draw closes on 11th March. 

News and events

Keep up to date with all our latest news and events and read about the wonders you work for sick kids.

Acknowledgement of Country

The Children’s Hospital Foundation acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Learn more about our vision for reconciliation.

Acknowledgement of Country

The Children’s Hospital Foundation acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Learn more about our vision for reconciliation.