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to Rotary Lodge
By donating to the Foundation you will be improving the quality of health care provision for people in the Wide Bay and North Burnett.Read More
In July 2014 moved on-site to Bundaberg Hospital thanks to support of the Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service District. The house is located at 277 Bourbong Street.Read More
The Foundation has begun monthly barbecues at the Bundaberg Hospital – the second Thursday of the month – to raise funds for extra equipment or to support patient projects.
We couldn’t achieve this fundraiser without the work of our wonderful volunteers and Thirst Aid Cafe staff.
WOOLWORTHS & CUSTOMERS HELPING LOCAL PATIENTS
Did you know that every time you purchase a $2 wall token at your local Woolworths store, you are helping to work wonders for sick kids, with Woolworths partnering the Children’s Hospital Foundation granting funds to purchase vital medical equipment for regional communities across Queensland, including the Bundaberg Hospital.
Since 2010, the Children’s Hospital Foundation has granted $56,000 to the Bundaberg Hospital’s paediatric ward with an ongoing commitment from Woolworths to support paediatric care in regional hospitals.
Bundaberg Health Service Foundation’s Manager Maria Burnet said staff and patients from Bundaberg Hospital were extremely grateful to Woolworth’s staff and their customers for their fundraising initiatives and thanked the Bundaberg community for their ongoing support.
“It’s important that local people know that when they support Woolworths’ fundraising initiatives, including purchase of $2 raffle tickets and wall tokens sold at the check-out register, that funds are invested in their local region, including children’s wards in local hospitals’’ Ms Burnet said.
“We are extremely grateful for the continued support of our local community and Woolworths staff who are helping make a difference and raise money for children’s hospitals in their communities.’’