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Children's Medical Research Institute

     


1 in 20 children worldwide is born with a birth defect or genetic disease. Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) is dedicated to advancing the treatment and prevention of childhood diseases, so every child has the opportunity for a healthy start to life.

CMRI pioneered microsurgery, immunisations against lethal childhood illnesses and care for premature babies, all of which has improved the lives of countless Australian children over the last 58 years. Today, CMRI is the site of world-leading research in areas such as cancer, neurobiology, embryology and gene therapy.


  


Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research

      


The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research at Liverpool Hospital conducts world-class medical research. Founded by the community for the community, their award-winning researchers are dedicated to finding better ways to improve health.

The Institute’s research team are focused on exploring new medical approaches across its five research streams. These include: Cancer, Clinical Science (comprising Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes and Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases), Population & Health Services, Injury and Rehabilitation and Mental Health. They are at the forefront of the most advanced medical breakthroughs and clinical discoveries and are committed to saving and improving lives.

Northcott

      


Northcott is built on the foundations of the NSW Society for Crippled Children established by the Rotary Club of Sydney 80 years ago.  They are continuing to develop along this wonderful journey towards providing an inclusive society for children and adults with a disability. Today they provide over 70 services supporting people and their families with disabilities in NSW and ACT.  They are currently supporting over 8000 children and adults and their families across a broad range of disabilities including physical, intellectual, sensory, acquired and degenerative disabilities, as well as challenging behaviors.  Some clients with rarer or lesser known disabilities find Northcott to be the only provider of appropriate support and services.



Parramatta Mission

      


Parramatta Mission provides meals, accommodation and mental health services across Greater Western Sydney, with almost 500 staff and many volunteers delivering more than 70 services.

They provide assistance to the most vulnerable and disadvantaged in the community to assist them in transforming their lives. These include people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, facing crisis and people living with mental illness.





Ronald McDonald House Westmead

      


Ronald McDonald House Westmead is built on the simple belief that when a child is seriously ill, nothing should stand in the way of their family being there to support them. The House provides a safe haven, where there’s no need to worry about where they can afford to stay, when and where they will have their next meal, or where they will lay their heads at night.

The House relies on corporate and community support to raise the necessary funds to continue providing a “home away from home” for families who travel hundreds of kilometres, sometimes even interstate, for their child’s vital hospital treatment. The House lets families support each other, and draw comfort from staff, volunteers, and other families.



The Salvation Army

      


The Salvation Army support services have been united in mission and purpose since their humble beginnings 150 years ago. And though the emphasis may change from year to year, day to day, crisis to crisis, their heritage guides them. They are able to constantly adapt in response to the needs of today in the knowledge that in helping without discrimination, they are continuing a mission and purpose of assisting those most in need.







Westmead Medical Research Foundation

      


Westmead Medical Research Foundation (WMRF) is the principal fundraiser for The Westmead Institute and Westmead Hospital. These two entities provide bench to bedside treatment allowing clinicians and researchers to work in collaboration in developing new treatments, therapies and ultimately a cure for the diseases affecting our communities.

Established in 1990, WMRF supports the delivery of medical research & patient care. The Foundation relies on the generosity of individuals, corporate partners, trusts & foundations, and the general community to allocate funds towards vital pieces of medical equipment – big and small, grants and scholarships, innovative research and health services.



 


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