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The Sydney Kids Committee has set a fundraising goal of $44,000 to purchase 2 new items of medical equipment for the Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. Our primary fund raising event is a 25th Anniversary Gala Dinner, to be held on the 16th of September at the Sydney Town Hall. Attending the dinner is a great way to be involved and donations can be made throughout the event. Alternatively you can donate now through our website knowing that your funds in 2017 will contribute to the purchase of:

$35,000 for an Arctic Sun

for the Intensive Care Department. The Arctic Sun is essentially a temperature management system that precisely regulates the temperature (heating or cooling) of critically ill children and babies.

$9,000 for Thomas Splints

The femur (thigh bone) is the largest bone in our body. It takes significant force to break one, but children can and do fracture their femurs by accident, causing significant pain and discomfort. Thomas Splints help to avoid movement, reduce pain and allow the break to heal.

The Sydney Kids Committee have set a goal to raise $44,000 to fund 2 items of new medical equipment for the Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. Our primary fund raising event is a 25th Anniversary Gala Dinner is being held on 19th September at the Sydney Town Hall. Attending the dinner is a great way to be involved and donations can be made throughout the event. Alternatively you can donate now through our website knowing that your funds in 2017 will contribute to the purchase of:

$35,000 for an Artic Sun

for the Intensive Care Department. The Artic Sun is essentially a temperature management system that precisely regulates the temperature (heating or cooling) of critically ill children and babies.

$9,000 for a Thomas Splint

The femur (thigh bone) is the largest bone in our body. It takes significant force to break one but, usually by accidents, children fracture their femurs. As you could imagine this causes significant pain and discomfort. Thomas Splints are one of the devices used to avoid movement, reduce pain and allow the break to heal.