Your donations are critical in improving the services offered by The Royal Children’s Hospital to all members of the community. To deliver the best health outcomes for Aboriginal children and young people, The Royal Children’s Hospital has founded Wadja Aboriginal Family Place.
Made possible thanks to your generosity, Wadja provides a culturally sensitive and responsive service to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients and their families. Since the creation of the Wadja health service, Aboriginal Family Place attendance rates have increased significantly from 57% in 2009/10, to 73% in 2014/15.
To find out more about the Wadja team or any of the many health services offered at The Royal Children’s Hospital, visit our website:
The Herald Sun / CityLink Run for the Kids is just 2 weeks away! Let the countdown begin!
The average race time is 1 hour for the 4.8km short course. This means you could listen to the iconic pump up song Eye of the Tiger by Survivor 14 and a half times during the run!
But just in case you’re after a bit more of a varied playlist, Nova 100 will be at the runner's village playing some great tunes to get you ready to run!
Don’t miss out on the chance to join in the fun on April 9th, while also raising valuable funds for The Royal Children’s Hospital!
Register now at www.runforthekids.com.au