What could make a happier Monday than knowing Qlders and our presenting partners raised $12,230,565 on Saturday night?! All for sick kids! Thanks to everyone who dug deep and gave generously! #9telethonhttps://t.co/haAqqWePx8
WE DID IT!!! The generous spirit of Queenslanders has raised an incredible $12,230,565 for sick kids! Thank you to everyone who donated and to our presenting partners Woolworths, Queensland Government, Bank of Queensland - BOQ, Golden Casket by the Lott, ... 11 Comments Can someone please tell me how much of this money will actually go toward helping the kids, not expensive furniture ... Congratulations to all behind the scenes that work hard putting this fantasic event together & all the supporters who helped ...Sunsuper Congratulations to all involved. The Sunsuper Customer Contact Centre looks forward to #9telethon every year! We hope to do it ...
Celebrate with us as we announce our final tally for the Channel Nine Telethon #9telethon 14 Comments We had a fantastic night. Feel very grateful. Those kids you featured last night are true heroes Love seeing Chloe so happy Shelley Chappel Fantastic effort from everyone who donated and the kids that featured on last night are the bravest and all the ...
Kierun’s warming down from his run, but warming up for the #9telethon ! 4 Comments So happy I got to personally thank this man at the end as Dr Andy saved my daughters life and ... You’re amazing Kierun, watching this I can see the toll the run had taken on you and all I can ... Amazing buddy. You’re a true Aussie legend.
A BIG $5,774,199 thank you to Woolworths!!! Thanks to the support of the Woolies team and customers, the Children's Hospital Foundation is thrilled to accept this incredible donation! We’ve been in partnership with Woolworths for over 30 years and they ... 17 Comments This is amazing , without the wonderful support from all our wonderful customers and the extra efforts of our wonderful ... Amazing achievement from the Woolies team and the most amazing customers any company could wish for. Well done to the ... In this day and age with everyone struggling it warms my heart ❤️ How generous all my customers have been ...
Our Firefighters think the #9telethon has been red hot! #helpsickkids #madepossiblebyCHF 6 Comments Carla! Saw these guys last night! Delicious!! Sherie!!! Why can’t you work with these boys!! For me?! Lol 😂 Good on you ty your a legend mate Woooohooooo
Cooper gives us the scoop with all things Telethon, footy and why you should donate tonight! #9telethon #helpsickkids 2 Comments Well done, very grown up little fellow 👍👍 Dear little man who has been through so much!! Congratulations Coop!
Since 1992 our presenting partner Golden Casket by the the Lott, has donated millions of dollars to the Children's Hospital Foundation. What an incredible donation of $1,100.000! Our tally is now up to $5,771,930! We can't thank them enough for ...
Channel Nine Telethon roaming shots!Can you spot yourselves in our pictures? We're roaming throughout the crowd tonight, capturing the magic of the fourth annual Channel Nine Telethon!! Dig deep Queensland - we're hoping to raise $11 million tonight all for a very special cause ... 2 Comments How absolutely wonderful! Congratulations to each and everyone
Thank you to Bank of Queensland - BOQ for their incredible donation of $183,690. Our tally is now up to $2,904,448! With your help, we will continue to fund research to achieve faster diagnoses, better treatments and ultimately cures for ... 1 CommentsBank of Queensland - BOQ Incredible work from all the volunteers @9telethon and beautiful generosity from all of the kind donors! 💖 #loveBOQ -Matt
Thank you to the Queensland Government and the Queensland community for their donation of $1,000,000. What an incredible way to start the night! Our tally is now up to $2,568,620! You can call us now on 1800 909 900 to ...
Can't watch the Channel Nine Telethon from your television? Stream it live on your computer or mobile device LIVE tonight! Visit www.9now.com.au and watch our incredible child stories and entertainment as we raise $11 million for sick kids! 1 Comments Jemma Croad if you’re still at the hospital this is a way you can hear it
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.
Queensland’s own Australian Ninja Warriors Fred, Amie and Ryan swung into action at the #LadyCilentoChildrensHospital today to put our patients and their families through their paces for Juiced TV. They also met 11-year-old Adam - who’s quite the little hero himself. Instead of birthday presents, he asks his family and friends to give him money so he can buy gifts for sick kids in hospital. What a ⭐️! #australianninjawarrior Australian Ninja Warrior Channel 9 #MadePossibleByCHF
Thinking about doing Bridge to Brisbane this year? We would love you to join The Wonder Team, and run or walk alongside our amazing ambassadors, who have all spent time in hospital. Together, we can work wonders for sick kids. Plus, we have a goodies pack including singlet and cap for the first 50 to join.
There are so many programs we offer as entertainment for sick kids in hospital - to give every child a reason to smile.
One of these is Juiced TV - a TV show made by kids in hospital, for kids in hospital. We love the smiles and laughs Juiced TV brings to children and their siblings, who get the chance to star in their own TV show.
Here's some of the highlights from the past month! We hope you enjoy 🙂
A huge thank you to our friends at Queensland Fire and Emergency Services - QFES Roma Street Station - and everyone who walked past and donated on Origin night!
What a great result, raising $6100.25 for the QFES Bridge to Brisbane campaign. The fireys will be running Bridge to Brisbane this year for Children's Hospital Foundation, with their funds going towards burns and trauma research.
Eight-year-old Bella is one of the first patients at Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital to undergo imaging analysis using a new non-invasive ultrasound technique called ‘shearwave elastography’.
Bella has low muscle tone, which means she has is unable to generate and maintain the right muscle tension for posture and movement. By mapping Bella’s muscle tone and tightness, clinicians are given greater insight into the development and severity of her condition, allowing them to develop the best treatment plan for her.
Thanks to your support, we’re funding research into this technology, led by Dr Leanne Johnston (pictured with Bella and Dr Honey Heussler). Leanne’s pioneering research into muscle elastography - a medical imaging technique that maps the elastic properties of soft tissue – has the potential to help thousands of Queensland kids living with developmental and genetic conditions.
If Dr Johnston’s research proves the technique is effective, the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital will become the first children’s hospital in the world to introduce a gold-standard measure of muscle tone into routine clinical practice.
Medieval fun was ‘joust’ what the doctor ordered today with patients and siblings at Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital trying their hand at crown decorating, mask and poppet painting, stained-glass window making, embroidery and dragon storytelling.
Eight-year-old Jade made a princess hat that Meghan and Kate would both envy, four-year-old Leo made his very own crown fit for a king, and even one of our Delta Dog’s, Dexter (or Lord Dexter), got in on the action. Thanks to the ABBEY MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL volunteers for coming along to inject a little bit of history into the day!
All the Ye Oldy fun continues tomorrow between 10:30am and 12:30pm on the Level 2 performance space.