For the first time in the Good Friday Appeal’s history, funding will be distributed to paediatric health services outside of The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) to increase the number of children and young people who can receive high quality care closer to their home, making the pathway to specialist care easier.
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Annabelle was born with cerebral palsy, and has had multiple surgeries to correct her legs and hips as she grows.
An ordinary day out on the farm turned into a day Charlotte and her parents will never forget. The funds raised during this year’s Good Friday Appeal go towards kids like Charlotte continuing to receive world-leading care at the RCH.
It’s been another record breaking Good Friday Appeal, raising an extraordinary $23,061,320 for The Royal Children’s Hospital!
To recognise Rare Diseases Day, we spoke to Maggie’s mum Jess, who shared her experience of navigating her daughter’s rare condition, Ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency (OTC deficiency).
We are proud to announce one of the faces of this year’s Good Friday Appeal, Aru. Click here to read her story!
We are proud to announce one of the faces of this year’s Good Friday Appeal, Arlo. Click here to read his story!
Today marks the start of celebrations for the Patron of The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH), as Her Majesty The Queen becomes the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service.
It’s not every day you get your own guard of honour, but for four year old Oli, his days aren’t like most others. Click here for his story.
After being born at just 23 weeks and spending the first six months of his life in intensive care, Griffin’s family knew the RCH was going to be a big part of his life—just like it was for his brother.