Home Who we are News 4 October 2017 At the hospital Skies light up for sick kids The Children’s Hospital Foundation teamed up with Starlight Foundation, Ronald McDonald House and Radio Lollipop to help bring the Sunsuper Riverfire to sick kids and their families. Positioned in the heart of all the action, patients of the Queensland Children’s Hospital began their celebrations early, with workshops and activities from Aerial Angels, magic from Drace Illusionist, visits from Elsa and Ana of Frozen as well as face painting from Art Farty Faces and Professor Jellybean. All the guests were well fed thanks to the support of the Woolworths BBQ and Event Cinemas, as they watched the night sky become a canvas with the spectacular fireworks. Each year, the Children’s Hospital Foundation help sick kids and their families make special memories in our children’s hospital, by bringing fun and entertainment to their bedsides. The Sunsuper Riverfire is an annual event supported by the Children’s Hospital Foundation, and is one of our special events that provide welcome distractions and entertainment for all. Photo Gallery (15 images) Click on image below to view gallery. chevron_leftPrevious article Share Next articlechevron_right Latest News & Events Queensland Police officers ready to run 160km in 24 hours for sick kids September 10, 2020 Read more Liv’s brave shave for brain cancer research September 3, 2020 Read more National infectious disease research extended thanks to funding boost August 28, 2020 Read more Subscribe for the latest news There is always something interesting happening in our world. Little wonders that happen every day. Miracles of science. Personal achievements of brave and beautiful young kids we will share with you in our enewsletter.