Join us for an evening of food, drinks & fun!
8 September 2016 - Ivy Sunroom
Atkinson-Vinden is thrilled to announce that Paul Murray and his wife, Sian will be joining to share their own personal story.
PRaMM is an organisation dedicated to improving the health of pregnant mothers and their babies. Their researchers are committed to helping all families have a healthy and happy pregnancy.
Click here to register - RSVP: 11 August 2016
To find out more contact: Janice Martin Events Coordinator at Atkinson Vinden Lawyers +612 8448 9823 or firstname.lastname@example.org
1-28 September 2016 – REGISTER NOW
No matter where you live or where you ride, you can make a difference this September by cycling and fundraising for Royal North Shore Hospital and Kolling Research in the Great Southern Crossing.
The Great Southern Crossing is a virtual cycling event for teams of up to five riders, your kilometres on your regular rides are logged using Strava or MapMyFitness app, progress is tracked to see how far you can go on the epic 5,200km virtual route.
Your effort will benefit more than just your fitness. Ride to make a difference and help us turn medical discovery into reality.
On Friday 23rd of September 2016 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm, Year 12 students of Chatswood High School will be participating in their traditional ‘Charity Walk to Royal North Shore Hospital’.
This fundraiser will raise money for The Paediatric Unit at the Royal North Shore Hospital and the Kolling Foundation.
Since 2010, year 12 students from Chatswood High School have spent their last day of school raising funds for The Paediatric Unit at the Royal North Shore Hospital and the Kolling Foundation as part of their Muck Up Day.
Every dollar counts, so keep an eye out for the students and help out in any way you can.
Thank you to everyone at RNSH who have supported the Dry July 2016 campaign. Whether you took part, you donated, you encouraged or as simple as spread the word among your friends & relatives – You made a difference – Thank you!
So far we have raised $67,367.70. This funds will directly contribute to the patients undergoing cancer treatment in our community.
It’s not too late to show your support for Royal North Shore Hospital - Donate now & Congratulate a DJ’er!
Note: The winner of the "Luxury Shopping Extravaganza" prize for Dry July 2016 is James Partridge.
We would like to extend our thanks to all the individuals and teams who trained, fundraised & participated in this year’s event. Also, thank you to all the supporters too!
Kilometres for Kolling at RNSH Team at City2Surf has helped to raise $10,000 so far. The money raised will help us to ensure our researchers, nurses and doctors to continue their important work to improve the health of Australians by discovering ways to treat, manage and cure diseases.
It’s not too late to support our fabulous team - Show your support and donate!
If you would like to register your interest for 2017, please contact either Lorena or Kully at City2Surf@kolling.org.au
Thank you to everyone who supported our Ryde Ultrasound Appeal with your generous donations. We have now raised enough funds to replace an eight-year-old ultrasound machine at the Emergency department.
Very special thanks to Ryde-Eastwood Leagues Club and Ryde Hospital Pink Ladies Committee for their extraordinary generosity.
If you didn't have a chance to make a contribution to this campaign, but still would like to support Ryde Hospital, please donate here:
Your gift of $50 … can help rehabilitate patients after a serious injury. Right now Royal North Shore urgently needs five wheelchairs for spinal patients that will cost $82,500.
Your gift of $100 … can help run programs to reduce the number of people needing Trauma Services, like how to prevent falls amongst elderly pedestrians.
Your gift of $300 … can contribute to buying vitally important equipment, like a special spinal operating table.
Donations to the Kolling Institute of Medical Research based at the Royal North Shore Hospital are an investment in the future of healthcare.
For example, a Kolling Institute clinical trial will now change practice and the way we treat women who go into premature labour. In partnership with colleagues, Professor Jonathan Morris, Director of the Kolling Institute led a ten-year trial working with 1800 pregnant women in eleven countries with the aim of improving outcomes for preterm babies.
Our supporter’s investment in our work has made this possible.
MICK MILLER HAD AN INCREDIBLE CAREER COACHING SOME OF AUSTRALIA’S TOP ATHLETES.
But after a close call with throat and neck cancer in 2013 he put most of that aside, packed his blender into a 1968 sky blue Volkswagen Beetle called 'The Rocket' and set off on a journey of discovery and recovery around Australia.
A portion from the sale of each copy of Travelling Australia Mick’s Way will be donated to help support cancer patients and their families post treatment via The Tomorrow Trust.
To buy the book go to: www.mickmiller.com.au