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Your tax-deductible gift will help sick kids every step of their journey.

assists in delivering Play Therapy sessions to brighten a child's days whilst in hospital.
helps provide vital equipment for thousands of kids who rely on the Hospital every year.
helps kids and their families create treasured memories through a stay at the Beach House.
helps find new cures and treatments by supporting critical medical research.

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Your donation will support sick kids and their families.

Every year, the Women’s and Children’s Health Network supports thousands of kids and their families. 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.

We are there to support these children and their families when they need it most.

But we can’t do it without your support.

Your donation today has the power to transform the journey for sick kids and their families, ensuring that vital services, support, and treatments remain accessible when they need them most.

Make a tax-deductible donation to the Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation before 30 June and join us in supporting kids and their families. 

The Lovett family.

Kiera and Bobby are among thousands of South Australian parents who are given the devastating news they have limited time left with their child.

In their case, they have been given this news not once, but twice.

Their young sons, Connor and Declan, have both been diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder called Leukodystrophy and are under the care of the Paediatric Palliative Care Service.

Kiera hopes that by sharing her story, it will encourage others to help support families just like hers.

 “Without the support and love from the Women’s and Children’s Hospital and the doctors and nurses being right beside us saying, ‘We’re here to help’ I don’t think we would cope”. 

“It’s really hard to explain to people that the boys have a terminal condition and that their life has been robbed from them. The boys are declining and at the end, they are going to die. For us, having support and knowing we’re not alone on this journey makes a huge difference."

- Kiera, mum to Declan, Connor and Evie-Lee.

Together, we can make a tangible difference in the lives of thousands of children and their families, ensuring that every child receives the care and support they deserve.

$31,466 raised

$50,000 Goal

$31,466 raised

$50,000 Goal

How your donation today will make a difference

Your support will directly help kids and their familes every step of their hospital journey. It will help to provide access to the best medical care, hospital facilities, and support services.

Invest in initiatives and equipment

Your support will help provide vital equipment and services for over 139,000 patients who rely on the Hospital each year.

Help create special memories

Your support will help provide a sanctuary for families of children with complex needs or who are in palliative care, to create special memories through our Laklinyeri Beach House.

Be there for families when they need it most

Your support will help deliver immediate assistance to families like the Lovetts who experience hardship due to a childs illness or hospitalisation. 

Create a better future through research

Your support will help fund critical medical research, leading the way in improved outcomes for paediatric and maternal health.

Play your part and support our Arts in Health Program.

At two-years-old Maddie was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma. She spent more than 415 days at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

Play Therapy played a crucial role in her recovery.

“Play Therapy is a critical service in our Hospital. There are many children who spend months or even years of their life in hospital, children like Maddie. Play is not just a distraction from these children’s medical journey, it is how they understand and survive their day-to-day life in hospital.”

Jill Newman, Arts in Health Manager

It was terrifying for Monique to be told Maddie had cancer. There were no signs that she was unwell until the few weeks leading up to the diagnosis, when she had a virus and an extremely high temperature.

Maddie underwent nine months of chemotherapy and two stem cell transplants. She also had 20 radiotherapy treatments, which included six months of immunotherapy and more than 25 blood transfusions.

Although confined in the walls of the Hospital, every day Maddie’s world was filled with play. Play Therapy provided distraction to ease her anxiety and fear while creating positive and meaningful experiences.

Monique says, “The Play Therapists were so wonderful and made sure Maddie wasn’t missing out on being a child and made the environment as comfortable for her. That was really comforting for us”.

Donate today to support the greatest care for the tiniest patients.

One in 12 newborns at the Women's and Children's Hospital will need special care from the Neontal Intensive Care Unit. 

Twin sisters Isla and Eloise were born at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Weighing only 480 grams, Eloise was so tiny she fit into the palm of her dad’s hand.

“NICU is a place where no parent ever wants to be, but once you are there you are so grateful for the people who work there.” -  Shannon, dad to Isla and Eloise. 

Your support can help support families like the Flemings. 

Thank you to our incredible community.

Ashley Oorloff


Margaret Reid

Spent 3 months in WCH with our 27 weeker. Lifesavers!




Susan McFarlane


Damian Byass


Eric Taylor

I would love the money to be used in PICU in memory of my granddaughter


Antonietta Vozzo




Lindsey Wyman


Satish Chirumamilla


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