Children’s Hospital Foundations Australia is the national fundraising partnership of 5 of Australia’s most well-known children’s hospitals.   We are the only organization that offers direct support access to a national network of children’s hospitals through a single gateway.  Together we raise funds nationally to achieve excellence in children’s health locally.

Those seeking a national child-health charitable organisation have an opportunity to have their commitment and support to children’s health recognised throughout Australia in association with the most well-known, respected children’s hospitals in each state.

There are few people in Australia whose lives have not been, or will not be, touched by our children’s hospitals.  We need your support to find cures faster, invest in new treatments so children heal quicker and with less pain, fund innovative technology that aids in the caring process, and continue to provide essential services in hospital that both patients and parents rely on to get them through.

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Individuals are able to make a donation to five of Australia’s oldest and most respected children’s hospital foundations through the one organisation.

Children’s Hospital Foundations Australia has Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) Status and is able to issue tax deductible receipts for appropriate donations. 

Donating is easy.  To donate either:-

Donate online here or
Contact us on (02) 9382 1188 or
Download our CHFA Donation Form.

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