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Sick kids still deserve the very best care.
In tough times, we don’t give up. Conditions like cancer won’t stop for COVID-19 and neither will the healthcare heroes who care for them.
Together, we can still give every sick kid a fighting chance with access to world-class health care. For this year's appeal, we are hoping to raise vital funds for the 72,000 kids who are cared for in the Hospital each year.
Our 2020 Gold Telethon Appeal may look a little different, but our commitment to the sick kids of Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick remains.
You can still help make a difference today. Every dollar is another step closer to medical research breakthroughs, state-of-the-art equipment and improved access to vital services. For brave Kiveyn, access to world-class procedures has meant less time in a cast and more time being a kid.
Every child deserves the best medical care, whenever they may need it. Please show them they can still count on your kindness.
The difference you can make
Tune in to Gold Telethon 2020
Lights, camera, action! The countdown to our Gold Telethon spectacular is now live. Join us on Monday 8 June from 3pm for the greatest show of the year, broadcast on Channel 9.
Gold Telethon shares the inspiring journeys of sick kids, their families and the Hospital’s Healthcare Heroes. This year’s two-hour special will give you a sneak peek into the magic and everyday miracles at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick.
The show might be condensed this year but our commitment to every sick child who comes through the Hospital’s doors remains the same. Every dollar donated is another step closer to funding more lifesaving equipment, medical research breakthroughs and world-class care.
Our Amazing Stories
When Monty was born, his parents, Jess and Danny were over the moon. He was their third child and was simply gorgeous. When he failed the newborn hearing test, the different staff and teams at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick started investigating what might be causing this.....
Born with serious curvature of the spine, Kiveyn has spent the majority of his life in a cast. One after the other, since he was only four months old. Whilst his bubbly personality and cheeky grin would light up any room, life has been far from easy for the little boy. His unforgettable smile masks years of pain.....
Jasmine and Jacinta's Story
Patricia’s world came crumbling down not once, but twice, when her two-year-old twin girls Jasmine and Jacinta were both diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia....
In 2018, parents Griff and Billiarna found themselves in this situation when they noticed something wasn’t quite right with their first-born son Zavier.....
In mid-2018 when initial bloating in Harry’s tummy started spreading to other areas of his body, doctors quickly became concerned for Harry’s kidney....
Your support will help provide sick kids like Tristan, Lani and Arran with the best medical care and the beautiful Golden Gift Moments that come with it.