Mia, 2 years, leukaemia

Mia, 2 years, leukaemia

Help sick kids
like Mia

When Mia’s parents Ryan and Rhianne noticed their daughter was limping, they never dreamt their beautiful two-year-old had cancer.

Thank you Queensland!

Together we raised $12.3 million to help sick kids

Children's Hospital Foundation

The Children’s Hospital Foundation works wonders for sick kids by funding life-saving medical research, investing in vital new equipment, and providing some amazing entertainment, family support and care programs for sick kids. Our incredible volunteers are there to support little patients while they are in hospital, helping them to laugh and smile, get better and go home with their families. Everything we do is made possible by the generosity of our partners and supporters. With your help, we will continue to fund research to achieve faster diagnoses, better treatments and ultimately cures for some of the most devastating childhood illnesses and injuries. There’s a lot you can do to support a child with an injury, serious illness or life threatening disease. You can donate money to help save precious young lives. Donate your time to make a difference at our children’s hospital. Or raise funds for vital research and equipment, spread smiles and support families through difficult times. You can make a difference and with your support, the wonders will never cease and the care will never stop.
Children's Hospital Foundation
Children's Hospital FoundationMarch 26, 2017 at 11:14am
The Children's Hospital Foundation is proud to fund research to provide world-class healthcare for our kids, such as Tyler.

Read today's story in The Sunday Mail and see how our doctors are helping sick kids with heart conditions to get better and go home sooner.
Children's Hospital Foundation
Children's Hospital FoundationMarch 24, 2017 at 7:35pm
Congratulations to this year's Camp OZ participants on another great camping adventure!

Camp OZ is a very special camp, where a small group of children affected by burns can come together to share their stories, have fun, and most importantly – make new friends.

“We’ve received so much positive feedback since CampOz began – a lot of parents tell us they see a significant increase in their child’s self-confidence and social responsiveness after attending our camp,” Camp leader, Megan said.

“The kids love it too – they feel like a normal kid again, and they realise that having burns scars can’t stop them from having fun.”

Camp Oz originally began in 1987 and is now an initiative of the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital burns unit. This very special project is proudly made possible by the Children’s Hospital Foundation, with the support of the Australian Firefighters Calendar!
Children's Hospital Foundation
Children's Hospital FoundationMarch 16, 2017 at 8:22pm
“On the sixth day of Isaiah's life, when we should have been driving him home, and showing him his new nursery and teddy bears, he was having his chest cut open for a massive operation on his heart.” – Isaiah’s mum, Karen.

Isaiah is now two years old, but he still requires daily medication and will need more surgery on his heart as his body grows.

Through your generous donation, a research breakthrough could help sick kids just like Isaiah live happier, longer lives.
Children's Hospital Foundation
Children's Hospital FoundationMarch 16, 2017 at 3:06pm
"I am Carlton, and I am a champion"

At just seven months old, Carlton was badly burned by oil from a deep fryer.

Watch Carlton's story as part of the 'Skin Deep' series, proudly made possible by the Children's Hospital Foundation.

The 'Skin Deep' series was created to help and support children adjust to life after a burn injury. Our videos are focussed on coping with treatment, returning to daily life, managing public interest and planning for the future.
Children's Hospital Foundation
Children's Health Queensland & Lady Cilento Children's Hospital
When Carlton Sinn was seven months old, he was badly burned by oil from a deep fryer. Since then he has undergone around 100 surgeries to treat his burns and had his 89th skin graft last year. Carlton, now 21, shares his story for our Skin Deep video series to help other young burn survivors adjust to life after a burn injury. The Skin Deep video series, made possible by the Children's Hospital Foundation, can be viewed on our website at www.childrens.health.qld.gov.au/lcch/skin-deep-video-series
Children's Hospital Foundation
Children's Hospital FoundationMarch 11, 2017 at 11:35am
Support sick kids and their families this Easter by purchasing a hot cross bun from Old Fernvale Bakery. Until Easter Monday, $1 from every packet sold will go to the Children's Hospital Foundation, helping to make sick kids laugh and smile, get better and go home sooner.

With more than 12 flavours to choose from, including pina colada, jaffa, peppermint and choc-chip, there is sure to be a hot cross bun to suit every member of the family!

If you can't make it to the bakery, click the link below to donate.

Purchase your hot cross buns today to help the Children’s Hospital Foundation make an even bigger difference to the lives of sick children.

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