Home Who we are News 6 June 2016 In the communityJoin our 2016 Bridge to Brisbane team By joining the Children’s Hospital Foundation team in the 2016 Bridge to Brisbane, you’ll be supporting kids like burns patients, Jazmyne and Jo. You can enter as an individual or team and choose the 5km or 10km run.JOIN OUR TEAM TODAY** PLEASE NOTE: Joining our team does not automatically register you to run in the event. If you have not yet registered for the event, you can do so after you join our team on the Bridge to Brisbane Day website.Meet our Bridge to Brisbane ambassadors, Jazmyne and JoJazmyne and Jo are both friends and patients of the Queensland Children’s Hospital. They are both united by their everyday experiences living with burns. They met at Camp Oz, an initiative of the Queensland Children’s Hospital burns unit and funded by the Children’s Hospital Foundation. Camp Oz helps patients like Jazmyne and Jo have fun with other kids who also have burns injuries, helping them to cope with their trauma and build their confidence. This year they are bravely joining the Children’s Hospital Foundation to run in the 2016 Bridge to Brisbane – and they’d like to run alongside you!Jazmyne’s storyJazmyne’s life changed forever on a family holiday when she was two years old after an accident in the kitchen. In a blink of an eye, Jazmyne accidentally bumped a fry pan of boiling water, pouring it down her face, neck, shoulders and back. She spent six weeks in hospital enduring multiple surgeries for skin grafting and weeks of rehabilitation, physiotherapy and pain management. Jazmyne is now 13 years old and still receives treatment for her burns as she grows including skin grafting and scar management.Jo’s storySeven-year-old Jo was playing at a family friend’s property, unaware she was close to a large ash pit where a burn off had happened the previous day. She accidentally fell onto the ash pit, burning her foot through to nerve endings in her ankle. She was treated at the Queensland Children’s Hospital where she received a skin graft to help reduce scarring. She also wore a pressure sock 24 hours a day for a year after her accident.JOIN OUR TEAM TODAY** PLEASE NOTE: Joining our team does not automatically register you to run in the event. If you have not yet registered for the event, you can do so after you join our team on the Bridge to Brisbane Day website. chevron_leftPrevious articleShare Next articlechevron_rightLatest News & Events More than $13 million worth of wonders for Queensland kidsNovember 17, 2019 Read more $1.7m surgical navigation equipment provides better outcomes for kids with bone cancerNovember 4, 2019 Read more Queensland’s first research program to improve the lives of kids with cystic fibrosis October 30, 2019 Read moreSubscribe for the latest newsThere 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.