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Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation, The

Contact

Name: Jessica Frean

Position: Bequests and Planned Giving

Email: giftinwill.foundation@rch.org.au

Website: www.rchfoundation.org.au

Address

Level 2 48 Flemington Rd

Parkville VIC 3052

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Our Mission / Objective

The RCH Foundation raises money to enable the hospital to provide the best care for its patients and their families. We enable the hospital and its campus partners to pioneer research and new treatments, providing state-of-the-art equipment and supporting leadership. To review the RCH Foundation 2013/14 Annual Review, visit http://bit.ly/rchfiog.

Our Services

The RCH Foundation was established 25 years ago to fundraise, manage and distribute funds, to provide continued support to the hospital in its ambitions.

Our Beneficiaries

The RCH Foundation’s focus is helping the RCH improve the health and wellbeing of children and adolescents through leadership in healthcare, research and education. However, our work not only affects the patients that stay at the RCH, but the families and loved ones that join them on their journey through the hospital.

Projects in Progress

Our support of the hospital focusses on four key areas, in line with the RCH’s strategic direction:

  • Research — discovering cures and transforming the future of paediatric healthcare;
  • Leadership, education and training — investing in the best people and the brightest minds; Equipment and technology — acquiring the most advanced tools for the best outcomes;
  • Patient and family-centered care — providing holistic and compassionate care. Information on projects we support within these key areas is published in the following places:
  • Online — RCH Foundation website, Facebook and Twitter; Publications — RCH Foundation annual report, Impact of Giving, and monthly enewsletter.

Our People

CEO

Sue Hunt, Chief Executive Officer

Leadership Team

Sue Hunt, Chief Executive Officer;

Andrew Long, Business Manager;

Patrick Baker, Head of Corporate Partnerships & Major Gifts;

Katrina Wilkins, Head of Community Engagement & Fundraising;

Jemma Altmeier, Communications Manager;

Craig Wright, Auxiliaries Coordinator;

Rachael Hurley, Grants Coordinator

Names of Board Members

Mr Peter Yates AM – Chairman;

Mr Richard Leder – Deputy Chairman;

Hon Rob Knowles, AO; Mr Peter Blunden;

Mrs Robyn Anderson; Professor Julie Bines;

Ms Alisa P Camplin-Warner OAM;

Professor Christine Kilpatrick;

Mr Leon Kempler OAM;

Mr Lewis Martin;

Mr Andrew Shelton

Registration Information

ABN

15 007 143 142

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

Gifts in wills or bequests are a vital part of our income at the Foundation and a wonderful way to leave a lasting legacy that changes the future of children’s health. For more information, please contact Giovina Cicchitti, Corporate Engagement Manager at 03 9345 4507.

General Donations

There are a number of ways to support the hospital. From workplace giving and regular donations, to Cuppa for Kids tea parties and marathons, the possibilities are endless. For more information, visit the Get Involved and Donate sections of our website.

Other support

If you’ve got a tried and true or innovative idea on how to fundraise for the RCH Foundation, visit the Get Involved section of our website.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

The RCH Volunteer Service has been operating since 1961 and received strong community support. For more information on becoming an RCH volunteer, visit rch.org.au/volunteers.

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

The RCH Foundation raises money to enable the hospital to provide the best care for its patients and their families. We enable the hospital and its campus partners to pioneer research and new treatments, providing state-of-the-art equipment and supporting leadership. To review the RCH Foundation 2013/14 Annual Review, visit http://bit.ly/rchfiog.

Our Services

The RCH Foundation was established 25 years ago to fundraise, manage and distribute funds, to provide continued support to the hospital in its ambitions.

Our Beneficiaries

The RCH Foundation’s focus is helping the RCH improve the health and wellbeing of children and adolescents through leadership in healthcare, research and education. However, our work not only affects the patients that stay at the RCH, but the families and loved ones that join them on their journey through the hospital.

Projects in Progress

Our support of the hospital focusses on four key areas, in line with the RCH’s strategic direction:

  • Research — discovering cures and transforming the future of paediatric healthcare;
  • Leadership, education and training — investing in the best people and the brightest minds; Equipment and technology — acquiring the most advanced tools for the best outcomes;
  • Patient and family-centered care — providing holistic and compassionate care. Information on projects we support within these key areas is published in the following places:
  • Online — RCH Foundation website, Facebook and Twitter; Publications — RCH Foundation annual report, Impact of Giving, and monthly enewsletter.

Our People

CEO

Sue Hunt, Chief Executive Officer

Leadership Team

Sue Hunt, Chief Executive Officer;

Andrew Long, Business Manager;

Patrick Baker, Head of Corporate Partnerships & Major Gifts;

Katrina Wilkins, Head of Community Engagement & Fundraising;

Jemma Altmeier, Communications Manager;

Craig Wright, Auxiliaries Coordinator;

Rachael Hurley, Grants Coordinator

Names of Board Members

Mr Peter Yates AM – Chairman;

Mr Richard Leder – Deputy Chairman;

Hon Rob Knowles, AO; Mr Peter Blunden;

Mrs Robyn Anderson; Professor Julie Bines;

Ms Alisa P Camplin-Warner OAM;

Professor Christine Kilpatrick;

Mr Leon Kempler OAM;

Mr Lewis Martin;

Mr Andrew Shelton

Registration Information

ABN

15 007 143 142

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

Gifts in wills or bequests are a vital part of our income at the Foundation and a wonderful way to leave a lasting legacy that changes the future of children’s health. For more information, please contact Giovina Cicchitti, Corporate Engagement Manager at 03 9345 4507.

General Donations

There are a number of ways to support the hospital. From workplace giving and regular donations, to Cuppa for Kids tea parties and marathons, the possibilities are endless. For more information, visit the Get Involved and Donate sections of our website.

Other support

If you’ve got a tried and true or innovative idea on how to fundraise for the RCH Foundation, visit the Get Involved section of our website.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

The RCH Volunteer Service has been operating since 1961 and received strong community support. For more information on becoming an RCH volunteer, visit rch.org.au/volunteers.

Our Annual Reports

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