A creative seven-year-old, Akeira is a star RCH patient and fundraiser. Born premature, Akeira was diagnosed at birth with a rare congenital condition called Goldenhar Syndrome that disrupted her in utero development. As a result, Akeira has hearing loss in both ears, facial abnormalities, issues with her speech and only one kidney.
June is Workplace Giving Month, the perfect time to start a Workplace Giving program at your organisation. Through regular pre-tax payroll deductions, you’ll help RCH kids.
Two years ago the RCH Children’s Cancer Centre (CCC) asked a critical question: to advance care, how do we go from where we are now to where we want to be in five years? The answer — clinical trials.
Giving in Celebration to the RCH Foundation is a simple and personal way to celebrate your special occasion and help the hospital.
One visit to The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) Emergency Department turned into a life-saving journey for 15 year old Julian Gunn.
Leave a lasting footprint on the future of paediatric health care in Victoria by leaving a gift in your will.
The latest edition of The Impact of Giving is filled with RCH staff and patient stories, showing how your support has helped the hospital.
The Chronic Illness Peer Support (ChIPS) camps helps young people with chronic illness share experiences and engage in activities that can be difficult in their everyday lives. Support these life-changing camps.