Home Who we are News 8 December 2017 In the communityStefan bringing smiles to the Queensland Children’s Hospital Stefan arrived at the Queensland Children’s Hospital earlier in the week along with Santa and his helpers to bring joy and laughter to sick kids as part of the MASKS annual Christmas toy run.MASKS Foundation is a charity fronted by hair fashion legend Stefan Ackerie, which aims to ‘Make A Sick Kid Smile’ by delivering toys to sick children in hospital for Christmas. Stefan’s helpers prepared hundreds of gifts, packed into giant Santa sacks, and transported via Wrangler Jeeps to the hospital.Police Commissioner lan Stewart and the Queensland Motorcycle police met a number of families with kids in hospital for breakfast at Jo-Jo’s Restaurant on Melbourne Street. Then the Christmas convoy travelled in a loud, brightly-coloured pack to deliver presents and toys to every single ward and every single child in the new hospital.Seeing the joy this brings to sick kids and their families is testament to the ongoing generosity of Stefan and the local community and we thank you.Photo Gallery: Stefan MASKS visit (17 images) 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.