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.
But right now, Ryde Emergency Department needs you.
Ryde Hospital Emergency Department urgently needs a new life-saving portable ultrasound machine that is at end of its working life. Ultrasound machines help our doctors to quickly diagnose, operate and treat our patients. It is equipment so critical to our work that it can mean the difference between life and death.
When there are only moments to make a diagnosis or the patient will die, the best equipment can make a lifesaving difference.
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.
‘Dry July’ is a fundraiser that encourages individuals to be sponsored to go booze free for the month of July. The funds raised directly help adults living with cancer.
Since 2012 more than $1 million has been raised through Dry July for the Northern Sydney Cancer Centre.
This year, we want to raise $400,000 to continue to improve the quality of life of our adult cancer patients and their families.
Together we will beat cancer!
PLEASE JOIN MARGARET-ANNE’S JUMP TEAM OR SHOW YOUR SUPPORT
What: Margaret-Anne and other VIPs will Sky Dive the Beach, Wollongong.
When: Sunday, 26th June, 2016 from 11am followed by a picnic lunch.
Details: Margaret-Anne & friends will Tandem Skydive in an attempt to raise $100,000 for cancer research at the Kolling Institute and to break a record for being the oldest woman at 76 to tandem skydive from 15,000 ft.
Information: To join Margaret-Anne’s team or to show your support CLICK HERE
Contact: Lorena Aziz, Kolling Foundation, ph: 99264904, firstname.lastname@example.org