Dare to be a Hero!

Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation is proud to announce the launch of our  “Dare to be a Hero” campaign.

As part of Dare to be a Hero we’re inviting you, the WA community, to be a kid for a day on Wednesday 3rd May – to recognise heroes in your life, and make difference.

Dress up as a hero (a superhero, or just someone inspiring!) and ask friends/family to make a donation in return for ‘dares’, something silly like wearing a tutu to work, or wearing a batman mask on the train.


The money raised from Dare to be a Hero will help the kids at Princess Margaret Hospital, and Perth Children’s Hospital by raising funds for equipment, research, expertise, therapy & respite, and community collaboration.

So this is your chance to join us by daring to be a hero!

It’s easy:

  1. Register to be a Hero at daretobeahero.com.au
  2. Share your fundraising page far and wide – you can even collect dares for donations!
  3. Invite friends and family to join our ‘party in the city’ on 3rd May, starting at 7:00am, Cnr Forrest Place and Murray St Mall, joined by Nova 93.7’s Casanovas.
  4. Dress up! If you can’t make it to the city, don’t worry – you can dress up and be a hero anywhere!

For more information and to get started on your hero adventure, call (08) 9489 1188 or email jessica.bezerra@pchf.org.au

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