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We want every sick child to have the best possible health care, with access to world-class research and clinical treatment in a healing environment.
Our vision for reconciliation is for happy, healthy kids, whilst contributing to a culturally safe and brighter future for all children.
We are united for one purpose, to work wonders for sick kids.
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Our Strategic Plan is developed in line with our values and our commitment to respect, protect and promote human rights in our decision-making and actions.
It supports our vision for every sick child to have the best possible health care, with access to world-class research and clinical treatment in a healing environment.
Sickness steals so much from children like Ali. Instead of getting started with gymnastics lessons, she spent her birthday and Christmas in ICU.
Read inspirational child stories to see your impact in action
Archie was diagnosed with leukaemia in June 2020, after his parents noticed the lymph nodes on the back of his head were inflamed.
Eight-year-old Belle fell from her horse at her grandmother’s farm in Kingaroy and she had to be airlifted to Queensland Children’s Hospital.
Isaac was diagnosed with brain cancer at only four-months-old. His tumour is inoperable, but he underwent treatment to shrink the tumour.
Liam from Ballina, who was born with Down Syndrome, was diagnosed with leukaemia on Mother’s Day 2021.
When Sofia was diagnosed with high-grade osteosarcoma – a type of bone cancer. Treatment included a rare and complex procedure.
Rowan is living with an acquired brain injury after he was injured during a motorcross event at seven-years-old.
Taleigha-Rose was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2020 when she was 14 years old, her treatment is ongoing.
Evie was born with cystic fibrosis – a life threatening disorder that will likely require her to undergo a lung transplant in the future.
Arlo was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia at just 15-weeks-old. He will continue treatment until he is just over two years old.
Born with multiple joint deformities, five-year-old Patrick has undergone ongoing plaster casting of his torso and legs since birth.
Your donation will help fund life-saving research and medical equipment and provide the highest level of care for sick kids and their families.