The joy behind your 'Golden Gifts'

It’s the special moments behind the scenes of your 'Golden Gifts' that change a sick kid’s life forever, giving their family hope for a better tomorrow. During May and June we’re celebrating these 'Golden Gift' moments.

They can be as simple as laughter after surgery or breathing ok for the first time in a long time, to those life-changing moments when a young child is given the all clear and told they can go home. Give a Golden Gift and Donate today.

Lifesaving Golden Gifts with Ryder

Ryder has shown himself to be a fighter ever since he entered this world 10 weeks early. He was rushed to Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick for life-saving surgery after an abscess on his brain burst. As soon as Ryder arrived in the Intensive Care Unit, his family met Neurosurgeon Erica Jacobson whose skill and determination saved Ryder’s life.

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Giving the Golden Gift of Community

Brothers Koby and Rocco have spent more time in Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, than many. Each brother has faced his own health battle but together they have come out smiling!

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Giving Lani the Golden Gift of breath

Lani is a fighter. Born prematurely at just 24 weeks old, her lungs didn't have enough time to fully develop and she has chronic lung disease. She has provden to be a strong little girl, recently celebrating her 1st birthday in the Hospital.

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Giving Tristan the Golden Gift of extraordinary care

He was diagnosed with a very rare and difficult to identify form of Acute Myeloid Leukemia or AML, which is a cancer of the blood and bone marrow. Despite his health issues, he often has a smile on his face, made even brighter by his family who have been by his side every step of the way.  

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The Golden Gift of adventure

When Arran, a cheeky and determined nine-year-old with cerebral palsy was told that he might never climb hills, he decided to prove everyone wrong. He climbed Mt Kosciuszko.

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The Golden Gift of a free imagination

Meet Aria: The little Wonder Woman. Aria wants to be Wonder Woman when she grows up. She believes she has super powers, and we do too.

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Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation raises funds for Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick , The Children's Hospital at Westmead, Bear Cottage, the Newborn and Paediatric Emergency Transport Service (NETS NSW) and Kids Research