We're challenging ourselves for sick kids
Smith House at Pembroke School are taking on Challenge 21 to raise funds to support sick kids who are cared for by the Women's and Children's Hospital.
In particular we are raising funds and awareness for Cycle 4 Sam which is the Term 3 cause of the Pembroke Middle School.
Pembroke has been a major supporter of Cycle 4 Sam since 2006 and we're proud to continue this connection with Challenge 21.
Cycle 4 Sam raises money and awareness for Paediatric Palliative Care at the Women's and Children's Hospital in memory of Sam Roberts.
This year would have been Sam's 21st birthday. Smith House students from Years 7-10 are creating their own challenge in their mentoring groups with the number 21 in it.
From September 20 to October 10 (21 days) participants are encouraged to come up with their own challenge with the number 21 in it. It doesn't have to be a physical challenge! You can be as creative as you like.
The WCH Foundation relies on the generous contributions from the community to brighten the lives of patients and their families and support brilliant care at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Please DONATE NOW and support our challenge. Thank you.