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The Stitches’ Megazone team are big kids at heart. They love organising fun activities for kids and families at PMH to help make their stay in hospital a little less daunting and help them to pass the time, particularly when they have a long hospital admission. Led by Emma Bloxsidge, who spent 13 years managing…

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Imagine your fear as your family is involved in a terrible car accident and your children are rushed to PMH, one of them critical with suspected brain and spinal injuries. Or your feelings of isolation as you spend yet another Christmas away from your family and friends back home in regional WA because your child…

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A world-first research project funded by Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation as a result of generous donations from donors is currently investigating how accurately WA children are being labelled as allergic to antibiotics. The $1.27m grant over three years is funding the Penicillin – “Yes Please!” or “No thank you!” project at Perth Children’s Hospital, which…

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putt4dough is a great example of how our Community Fundraisers help kids in hospital.  Organised by the amazing Chris Marshall and his team, putt4dough is a golf-day supported by Perth’s IT industry. West Coast Eagles legends Karl Langdon, Scott Cummings and Josh Kennedy joined the 2016 event sharing their experiences of being a part of…

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Making a splash

July 2, 2017

Schools throughout WA are signing up to be a part The Big Splash WA campaign to improve the mental health and well-being of their students. Developed in partnership with the Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service, the campaign focuses on three key messages: Start the conversation – it’s good to talk about mental health and…

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Thanks to the generosity of long-term Foundation supporters ToyBox International and the incredible community spirit of those who participated in the 2016 Christmas Lights for Perth Children’s Hospital campaign, the hospital has taken delivery of a brand new NETS ambulance.  NETS stands for Newborn Emergency Transport Service; a specialist team of doctors and nurses solely…

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Oliver’s story

July 2, 2017

Nine year old Oliver has cerebral palsy. He visits PMH at least 18 times each year. He has had two major surgeries on his legs, attends regular rehab sessions to gain strength and mobility, and receives injections to help control muscle spasms. Oliver’s mum, Corrina, describes him as a happy child with a witty sense…

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Are you ready to get fit and healthy this winter, while helping sick kids in WA? Join our PCHF Team for the City to Surf! This year’s event, on Sunday 27 August, is shaping up to be the biggest yet. Get set for a daring adventure with 4, 12, 21 or 42km courses to choose…

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Nicola and Steven’s twins, Harper and Arthur, made a dramatic start to life 15 weeks premature. Rushed to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Princess Margaret Hospital, they have been receiving around the clock care. When Nicola woke on the morning of 8 December last year, 24 weeks and five days into her pregnancy, she…

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United by their passion for helping the community, all 45 Specsavers stores in WA are joining forces to raise money for the Ophthalmology Department at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH). The stores decided to raise money for the Ophthalmology Department after a WA-wide vote on which charity they wanted to support. Between 1 April and 31…

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