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Children’s Hospital at Westmead, The

Contact

Name: Anne McFadden

Position: Bequest Manager

Email: anne.mcfadden@health.nsw.gov.au

Address

Crn Hawkesbury Rd and Hainsworth St

Westmead

Sydney 2145

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Our Mission / Objective

The Hospital is home to the NSW Paediatric Burns Unit, the Paediatric Liver Transplant Unit, the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance, the NSW Newborn Screening Service and National Poisons Information Centre, as well as the first Paediatric Tumour Bank in the southern hemisphere.

Research is one of the key ways in which the Hospital provides the highest standard of care to sick children and their families. The Kids Research Institute leads research into childhood diseases, resulting in significant advances in the treatment of cancer, obesity, kidney, heart and respiratory illnesses, diabetes and muscular dystrophy.

Funded by the NSW Government, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead provides significant extra services thanks to the generosity of individual and corporate donors.

Our Services

Providing the best care available to seriously ill children

Projects in Progress

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

53 188 579 090

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

Every day, your kind support helps The Children’s Hospital at Westmead provide world-class care for thousands of seriously ill children and their families. But it is also very important that we have sufficient resources on hand to continue this work into the future.

After considering your loved ones first, a bequest to The Children’s Hospital at Westmead is a powerful way to provide us with an ongoing source of income, ensuring we can fund vital research, purchase essential equipment and provide highly specialised medical care for all the sick children who will come to us, for many years to come. You can choose a bequest that reflects your wishes. No matter what you decide, you will be leaving a meaningful legacy that will enable us to provide our specialised treatment and care to thousands of children well into the future.

We recommend you discuss the type of bequest you intend to make to the Hospital with your family and solicitor prior to finalising your Will.

Types of bequests:

•Residual bequest – is the remainder of your estate after considering your loved ones and expenses have been deducted.

•Pecuniary bequest – is a gift of a specific amount, such as $5,000.

•Specific bequest – you can also specify which area within the Hospital you would like your bequest to assist –for example; Oncology, Burns, Research, Cardiology etc.

General Donations

The Children’s Hospital at Westmead accept donations through our website (www.bandagedbear.org.au), via phone on 02 9845 3367 or by posting a cheque/money order to the fundraising team.

There is also a Regular Giving program, Workplace Giving arrangements with organisations and the opportunity to donate Gift-In-Kind services such as printing, event production, catering and prizes for events.

Other support

There are so many ways you can get involved in raising money on behalf of The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. From morning teas, trivia nights or golf days with friends, family or work colleagues, to taking part in a sporting challenge like City2Surf or other fun runs and walks, every dollar you raise goes towards helping sick kids get the very best care.

The fundraising team at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead are more than happy to assist with these events.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Many of our biggest and most successful events depend upon the commitment and support of event volunteers, as do numerous awareness-raising and fundraising activities conducted by the Hospital. These events include our key annual fundraising events such as Bandaged Bear Day.

It is because of this commitment and support that our event volunteers contribute largely in making a huge difference to the lives of sick children and their families who seek the services of the Hospital. The opportunities around event volunteering are not just limited to our annual events, but also include involvement in supporting third-party fundraising and also some internal events that are hosted within the Hospital.

For information on how to become a volunteer, please contact the fundraising team on 02 9845 3367.

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

The Hospital is home to the NSW Paediatric Burns Unit, the Paediatric Liver Transplant Unit, the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance, the NSW Newborn Screening Service and National Poisons Information Centre, as well as the first Paediatric Tumour Bank in the southern hemisphere.

Research is one of the key ways in which the Hospital provides the highest standard of care to sick children and their families. The Kids Research Institute leads research into childhood diseases, resulting in significant advances in the treatment of cancer, obesity, kidney, heart and respiratory illnesses, diabetes and muscular dystrophy.

Funded by the NSW Government, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead provides significant extra services thanks to the generosity of individual and corporate donors.

Our Services

Providing the best care available to seriously ill children

Projects in Progress

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

53 188 579 090

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

Every day, your kind support helps The Children’s Hospital at Westmead provide world-class care for thousands of seriously ill children and their families. But it is also very important that we have sufficient resources on hand to continue this work into the future.

After considering your loved ones first, a bequest to The Children’s Hospital at Westmead is a powerful way to provide us with an ongoing source of income, ensuring we can fund vital research, purchase essential equipment and provide highly specialised medical care for all the sick children who will come to us, for many years to come. You can choose a bequest that reflects your wishes. No matter what you decide, you will be leaving a meaningful legacy that will enable us to provide our specialised treatment and care to thousands of children well into the future.

We recommend you discuss the type of bequest you intend to make to the Hospital with your family and solicitor prior to finalising your Will.

Types of bequests:

•Residual bequest – is the remainder of your estate after considering your loved ones and expenses have been deducted.

•Pecuniary bequest – is a gift of a specific amount, such as $5,000.

•Specific bequest – you can also specify which area within the Hospital you would like your bequest to assist –for example; Oncology, Burns, Research, Cardiology etc.

General Donations

The Children’s Hospital at Westmead accept donations through our website (www.bandagedbear.org.au), via phone on 02 9845 3367 or by posting a cheque/money order to the fundraising team.

There is also a Regular Giving program, Workplace Giving arrangements with organisations and the opportunity to donate Gift-In-Kind services such as printing, event production, catering and prizes for events.

Other support

There are so many ways you can get involved in raising money on behalf of The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. From morning teas, trivia nights or golf days with friends, family or work colleagues, to taking part in a sporting challenge like City2Surf or other fun runs and walks, every dollar you raise goes towards helping sick kids get the very best care.

The fundraising team at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead are more than happy to assist with these events.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Many of our biggest and most successful events depend upon the commitment and support of event volunteers, as do numerous awareness-raising and fundraising activities conducted by the Hospital. These events include our key annual fundraising events such as Bandaged Bear Day.

It is because of this commitment and support that our event volunteers contribute largely in making a huge difference to the lives of sick children and their families who seek the services of the Hospital. The opportunities around event volunteering are not just limited to our annual events, but also include involvement in supporting third-party fundraising and also some internal events that are hosted within the Hospital.

For information on how to become a volunteer, please contact the fundraising team on 02 9845 3367.

Our Annual Reports

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