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Meet Kirra

Five years ago Kirra Wright was learning to walk again. Today she is aiming for gold. The 11-year-old’s goal is to compete at the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris. And…

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Meet Scarlett

Teaching a three-year-old how to move her muscles via videolink isn’t always easy, as there are distractions and difficulties. But for Scarlett Khoo, it’s meant she can now zip up…

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Meet Ariana

Ariana Plafadellis is proud that doctors at the Royal Children’s Hospital took a chance on her little body. She knows that because of her, other kids are now able…

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Matt Riordan

Time to give back Matt Riordan appreciates better than many people the amazing work that is done at The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. When he was six…

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Meet Matilda

Waltzing Matilda Watching her daughter ­Matilda, 7, play is a joy Eryn Bugden never takes for granted. Born with tuberous sclerosis — a condition that left hundreds of benign tumours…

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Meet Jack

Little Jack Hayes has had more than his fair share of hospital visits. Born with one small lung, one enlarged lung and “floppy” airways, his start in life was spent…

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Meet Tia

Cheryl Carter was living every parent’s nightmare when her seven-year-old daughter was placed in intensive care at the Royal Children’s Hospital. Tia Sharp, now 10, was battling septicaemia,…

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Meet Audrey

AUDREY Laurent’s parents are convinced doctors at The Royal Children’s Hospital sowed flecks of gold onto her heart all those years ago. In 2011, at just four-months-old, Audrey needed surgery…

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This National Volunteers Week, the Good Friday Appeal team would like to say thank you to all of our amazing volunteers for their ongoing dedication and support over…

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Meet Gus

Gus was born a fighter For Gus Rule, life has been a battle since before he was born. At 28 weeks gestation, parents Jacki and John were told there…

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Meet Kirra

Five years ago Kirra Wright was learning to walk again. Today she is aiming for gold. The 11-year-old’s goal is to compete at the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris. And…

Read More

Meet Scarlett

Teaching a three-year-old how to move her muscles via videolink isn’t always easy, as there are distractions and difficulties. But for Scarlett Khoo, it’s meant she can now zip up…

Read More

Meet Ariana

Ariana Plafadellis is proud that doctors at the Royal Children’s Hospital took a chance on her little body. She knows that because of her, other kids are now able…

Read More

Matt Riordan

Time to give back Matt Riordan appreciates better than many people the amazing work that is done at The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. When he was six…

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Meet Matilda

Waltzing Matilda Watching her daughter ­Matilda, 7, play is a joy Eryn Bugden never takes for granted. Born with tuberous sclerosis — a condition that left hundreds of benign tumours…

Read More

Meet Jack

Little Jack Hayes has had more than his fair share of hospital visits. Born with one small lung, one enlarged lung and “floppy” airways, his start in life was spent…

Read More

Meet Tia

Cheryl Carter was living every parent’s nightmare when her seven-year-old daughter was placed in intensive care at the Royal Children’s Hospital. Tia Sharp, now 10, was battling septicaemia,…

Read More

Meet Audrey

AUDREY Laurent’s parents are convinced doctors at The Royal Children’s Hospital sowed flecks of gold onto her heart all those years ago. In 2011, at just four-months-old, Audrey needed surgery…

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National Volunteer Week 2020 Thank You

This National Volunteers Week, the Good Friday Appeal team would like to say thank you to all of our amazing volunteers for their ongoing dedication and support over…

Read More

Meet Gus

Gus was born a fighter For Gus Rule, life has been a battle since before he was born. At 28 weeks gestation, parents Jacki and John were told there…

Read More

Meet Kirra

Five years ago Kirra Wright was learning to walk again. Today she is aiming for gold. The 11-year-old’s goal is to compete at the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris. And…

Read More

Meet Scarlett

Teaching a three-year-old how to move her muscles via videolink isn’t always easy, as there are distractions and difficulties. But for Scarlett Khoo, it’s meant she can now zip up…

Read More

Meet Ariana

Ariana Plafadellis is proud that doctors at the Royal Children’s Hospital took a chance on her little body. She knows that because of her, other kids are now able…

Read More

Matt Riordan

Time to give back Matt Riordan appreciates better than many people the amazing work that is done at The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. When he was six…

Read More

Meet Matilda

Waltzing Matilda Watching her daughter ­Matilda, 7, play is a joy Eryn Bugden never takes for granted. Born with tuberous sclerosis — a condition that left hundreds of benign tumours…

Read More

Meet Jack

Little Jack Hayes has had more than his fair share of hospital visits. Born with one small lung, one enlarged lung and “floppy” airways, his start in life was spent…

Read More

Meet Tia

Cheryl Carter was living every parent’s nightmare when her seven-year-old daughter was placed in intensive care at the Royal Children’s Hospital. Tia Sharp, now 10, was battling septicaemia,…

Read More

Meet Audrey

AUDREY Laurent’s parents are convinced doctors at The Royal Children’s Hospital sowed flecks of gold onto her heart all those years ago. In 2011, at just four-months-old, Audrey needed surgery…

Read More

National Volunteer Week 2020 Thank You

This National Volunteers Week, the Good Friday Appeal team would like to say thank you to all of our amazing volunteers for their ongoing dedication and support over…

Read More

Meet Gus

Gus was born a fighter For Gus Rule, life has been a battle since before he was born. At 28 weeks gestation, parents Jacki and John were told there…

Read More

Meet Kirra

Five years ago Kirra Wright was learning to walk again. Today she is aiming for gold. The 11-year-old’s goal is to compete at the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris. And…

Read More

Meet Scarlett

Teaching a three-year-old how to move her muscles via videolink isn’t always easy, as there are distractions and difficulties. But for Scarlett Khoo, it’s meant she can now zip up…

Read More

Meet Ariana

Ariana Plafadellis is proud that doctors at the Royal Children’s Hospital took a chance on her little body. She knows that because of her, other kids are now able…

Read More

Matt Riordan

Time to give back Matt Riordan appreciates better than many people the amazing work that is done at The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. When he was six…

Read More

Meet Matilda

Waltzing Matilda Watching her daughter ­Matilda, 7, play is a joy Eryn Bugden never takes for granted. Born with tuberous sclerosis — a condition that left hundreds of benign tumours…

Read More

Meet Jack

Little Jack Hayes has had more than his fair share of hospital visits. Born with one small lung, one enlarged lung and “floppy” airways, his start in life was spent…

Read More

Meet Tia

Cheryl Carter was living every parent’s nightmare when her seven-year-old daughter was placed in intensive care at the Royal Children’s Hospital. Tia Sharp, now 10, was battling septicaemia,…

Read More

Meet Audrey

AUDREY Laurent’s parents are convinced doctors at The Royal Children’s Hospital sowed flecks of gold onto her heart all those years ago. In 2011, at just four-months-old, Audrey needed surgery…

Read More

National Volunteer Week 2020 Thank You

This National Volunteers Week, the Good Friday Appeal team would like to say thank you to all of our amazing volunteers for their ongoing dedication and support over…

Read More

Meet Gus

Gus was born a fighter For Gus Rule, life has been a battle since before he was born. At 28 weeks gestation, parents Jacki and John were told there…

Read More

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