Give the gift of health this Christmas

Christmas is a special time for children. Sadly, many face the prospect of spending Christmas in hospital and hoping that Father Christmas knows where they are.

Fortunately, there are three ways you can support kids at Princess Margaret Hospital over the festive season, into 2016 and for years to come.

 

1. Make a donation online

PMH’s aim is to get children well enough to spend Christmas at home with their family. For this to happen, the hospital needs to have the best medical professionals, the latest equipment, and funds to research new ways of treating and preventing childhood illnesses and injuries. All of this comes at a cost.

By making a charitable donation to PMH online you will be ensuring the hospital has what it needs to send as many children as possible home for Christmas. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.

Donate to PMH now.

 

2. Purchase gifts from our online shop

Give a gift that gives back and helps kids at PMH this year by selecting from the great range of merchandise and gifts in our online shop. 100% of all profits go to making it better for kids at PMH. So purchasing toys and merchandise from our shop is a great way to do something charitable this Christmas.

Shop online now.

 

3. Support Christmas Lights for PMH

For 13 years houses right across WA have donned beautiful Christmas lights to bring the Christmas spirit to their neighbourhoods while raising funds for kids at PMH. You can join them by registering your home with us through Christmas Lights for PMH.

Or, you can visit the Christmas Lights for PMH displays during December and show your support by purchasing merchandise or making a donation.

More about Christmas Lights for PMH.

If you’d like to support our Christmas Lights for PMH houses but can’t make it to a display, you can still donate online.

Find the participating house nearest to you (make sure you bring your spare change!)

Find out how your support makes a difference.

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