• Gemma Zanardo just donated $26.10
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  • Matt Size just donated $52.20
  • Stuart, Ant & Jack Whitehead just donated $25.00
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  • Lincoln & Rachel Size just donated $50.00
  • Kev Fitz just donated $104.40
  • Jake/Jack Ellul/Leyonhjelm just donated $52.20
  • Renee and Steve Geer just donated $52.20
  • Jess and Jake just donated $52.20
  • Dani, James & Elijah Underwood just donated $31.32
  • Ben, Charlotte, and Lyra Fitzgerald just donated $52.20
  • Kate, Jake and Vienna Fitzgerald just donated $52.20
  • Taylor Rusanoff just donated $26.10
  • Leanne Cappo just donated $52.20
  • Al, Sean, Finn & Jordi just donated $52.20
  • Tim & Jude just donated $104.40
  • offline just donated $1000.00
  • shawn just registered for Challenge 21 2022
  • Anonymous just donated $31.32

Help brighten lives
There are many ways you can get involved and support the Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation!

When you become a community fundraiser, you become part of the WCH Foundation family. With out you, we can't continue to support the thousands of women, children and families who rely on and are cared for by the Women's and Children's Health Network. You could do anything you like to raise funds for sick kids. You could hold a fundraiser in celebration of your birthday or get your workplace or school involved. Holding a community fundraiser will not only help sick kids, but is an opportunity to come together with friends, family and colleagues to have a real impact!

Need inspiration or help getting started?
Email our Community Fundraising Manager, Mikayla at community@wchfoundation.org.au or call on 8464 7900.

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The Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation Acknowledges Aboriginal people as the state’s First Peoples and Traditional Custodians of Country. We acknowledge and respect their ongoing and deep spiritual connection and relationship to land, air, sea, waters, community and country.
We pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.