Together we can give sick and injured children the chance to live their healthiest lives

There are many families who want to bring their children home this Christmas. You can help make this happen.

How you can get involved

Donate

Just before Christmas last year, Maksim underwent a kidney transplant. Thanks to the support of people like you, he will spend Christmas with his family. Help sick kids like Maksim make it home this Christmas.

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Festive fundraising

Spread some Christmas cheer. Hold an event in your community, school or workplace and raise funds to help sick kids this Christmas. Set up and personalise your own fundraising page for your event.

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12 Days of Christmas

Throughout December some of our corporate partner elves are coming together to put on some fun activities throughout the Hospital, from turning on the Christmas tree lights to Christmas crafts.

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Lights for Kids

Lights for Kids brings together all the best parts of Christmas—twinkling lights, family, and the joy of helping others. Find out where you can go to see the best Christmas lights on display across Sydney.

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In Celebration

Ask your friends and family for donations instead of gifts this Christmas. You can help sick kids over the Christmas period get the care they need to make it home to their family, where they belong.

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A Christmas Wrap

Christmas is a time for celebrating what we’ve achieved together.

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Donate

Your donation could help to fund groundbreaking research and everyday clinical care at Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick. 

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Fundraise

Raise money for sick children by organising your own fundraising event or get sponsored to participate in a community organised activity.

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Sponsor Someone

We are lucky to have thousands of people in our community who raise money for us. Show your support by donating to a fundraiser.

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