Home 26 June 2017 NewsBurns research given a boost Almost 40 emergency services workers including firefighters, police officers, emergency paramedics and SES members join forces to raise vital funds for childhood burns research.Almost 40 emergency services workers have swapped their everyday uniform for the lycra, as they took part in the annual Bike4Burns ride. This year, the ride spanned 560 kms from Townsville to Cairns, raising vital funds for burns research.And we’re proud to announce their tally is more than $58,000 – and still counting!Funds raised from Bike4Burns riders will help the Children’s Hospital Foundation fund vital research into burns, including discovering new ways to lessen the pain for kids so they can get better and go home sooner.If you’re interested in supporting Bike4Burns and childhood burns research, you can still donate.Donate now to help fund burns research! chevron_leftPrevious articleShare Next articlechevron_rightLatest News & Events Vuly bounce into the bids, to help sick kids!November 12, 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.