Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation envisions a world where every child receives the best health care, no matter when, no matter what. We are committed to reconciliation and to helping close the gap to achieve equality in health and life expectancy for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Artwork: “In Unity We Heal.” by David Williams of Gilimbaa.
Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families
Donate today to have an impact on health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children today and in the future.
All money raised during National Reconciliation week (27 May - 3 June) will go directly towards vital projects as identified by the Aboriginal Health Unit (AHU) within the Sydney Children's Hospitals Network.
The Network's Aboriginal Health team is turning around health disparities through research, advocacy, leadership and high-quality services, ensuring safe, reliable and evidenced-based care.
Join us in helping close the gap by making a donation today.
The impact of your donation
With your support, SCHF has been able to fund vital positions and programs to help the Aboriginal Health Unit make a difference in the lives of Aboriginal children, young people and their families.
To welcome Aboriginal children and families, SCHN’s Aboriginal Health Strategic Program creates culturally appropriate, safe spaces and Acknowledgement of Country signs.
Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network’s (SCHN) Ngala Nanga Mai pARenT Group Program focuses on cultural art-making sessions that foster identity, sense of belonging and resilience.