What a day!

Thank you so much to each and every one of you who sent in a kind donation to support Sick Kids Giving Day!  

If you missed the day or haven’t been able to donate yet … the Queensland Government will continue to generously double any donations made to the Children’s Hospital Foundation until 30 June.

Sunny Ray

Sunny Ray is the Gold Coast SUNS Superhero with a heart of gold and he’s more than happy to help anyone, however, most of the time, he can be very cheeky.  Sunny Ray has a confidence and a swagger about him that most people are very envious of.

Sunny Ray has some very impressive football skills and he is itching to have a crack one day at the big time with the Gold Coast SUNS.  Sunny Ray is that cheeky mate that we all have, who thinks he is hilarious.  Sunny Ray is loyal and works hard for the community that he loves, the Gold Coast. 

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Donate today!

$30 could provide relief, distraction, and comfort for sick kids in hospital.
$50 could help buy the latest equipment to support medical professionals across the state. You could help fund equipment that could help kids recover faster and go home to their families sooner.
$100 could help fund research to accelerate breakthroughs and champion world-class care for children. Your gift today could help reduce the harmful side effects of chemotherapy.

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Your support will make a difference!

Children’s Hospital Foundation exists for every kid that ever needs us. All illnesses, injuries and conditions – from the suburbs to the cities, rural, regional and remote. 

Our Sick Kids Giving Day will raise funds to help advance world-class care, funding cutting-edge equipment, vital research and on the ground support for sick and injured kids.

Every donation on Sick Kids Giving Day, no matter how big or small, will be the difference every kid deserves. 

Be the difference kids like Ash deserve.

Ash's story

Four-year-old Ash was on a family holiday in Tasmania when he started showing signs of being unwell. For the next month, fevers, severe fatigue and weight loss followed. In January 2022, Ash was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.

From that moment, life became a blur. Since his diagnosis, Ash has undergone many lumbar punctures, blood and platelet transfusions and oral and IV chemotherapy treatments at Queensland Children’s Hospital.

A big thank you to our Supporters

Romulo De Macedo


Walter Hockings


Jessica Turomsza


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Stuart Fitzpatrick


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