FUNDRAISE YOUR WAY AND BE A CHAMPION FOR SICK KIDS!
Our RMHC Sydney Champions have done some amazing things to support sick kids and families at the House.
You have the power to be an RMHC Sydney Champion and fundraise your way!
Below are some options to taking the first step to becoming a champion! You can always create your own fundraising event and let your light shine. Support an existing activity, request donations instead of gifts for your special celebrations, or leave a tribute to a loved one.
We are here with you every step of the way, cheering you on and providing you with support to ensure your fundraising efforts are a success.
What will you do to be a champion?
Get Active for Sick Kids
Whether its 30 squats a day for a month, swimming, walking or training to run a marathon - challenge yourself to Get Active for Sick Kids! Once you register, you'll get tips to keep you on track and a bunch of resources to let people know what you're doing. Start your journey to becoming a champion today!
Cook for Sick Kids
Bake cookies or cakes, channel the 80's and start your own lemonade stand, host a BBQ or sausage sizzle, it's up to you! Everyone can have a go from students and corporates to community groups. Supporters can host this event at work, local sporting clubs or even at Bunnings. Become a champion today!
Go Silly For Sick Kids
Dress up, wear your silliest socks, do a silly dance - whatever you want. Everyone can get involved from students, corporates to community groups. Get your friends, colleagues, or fellow students involved and show them how to be a champion and go silly for sick kids!
Stream for Sick Kids
Aimed at those who stream everything online from games, beauty regimes to dance routines and exercise. Vloggers, Gamers, Tik Tokers – whatever the topic and medium, sign up and become a streaming champion for sick kids.
Donate your Celebration for Sick Kids
Have a birthday, anniversary or a wedding coming up? Ask your friends and family to donate to RMHC Sydney instead of giving gifts and show them how together we can all help support sick children and their families when they need it the most.
Be Kind for Sick Kids
Sign up and pledge to be kind for one week. Share your progress on Instagram with the hashtag
Honour their memory, and have your loved ones donate on their behalf.
MEET THE BRAVE AND COURAGEOUS KIDS YOU WILL BE
SUPPORTING BY BECOMING AN RMHC SYDNEY CHAMPION
What started out as severe reflux disease at five-years old has become something much more complicated: gastroparesis.
This condition means his stomach doesn’t empty and he requires tube feeding overnight.
Carlo has been staying at RMHC Sydney on and off for a number of years.
Izzy is an active and bright young three-year-old girl from Foster.
Izzy was diagnosed with a brain tumour with a condition called DIPG – Diffuse intrinsic pontine gliomas (DIPG) which are highly aggressive and difficult to treat brain tumours found at the base of the brain.
Izzy has stayed with RMHC Sydney for 65 days this year and will be back in 2021 to continue her treatment.
families supported at Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney
families were supported in the Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney Family Rooms
Meals served at Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney
volunteers at Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney
- Rebecca Sweeney just donated $104
- Adam Bidner just donated $515
- Anonymous just donated $20.80
- Heath Andrews just donated $140.40
- Aileen Bleakley just donated $52
- Millie Emanuel just donated $20.80
- Jasmine Lubbers just donated $20.80
- Kiara Maata just donated $20
- Jose Morales Macedo just donated $108.16
- Salim I Hazife just donated $2,015
- Lisa Duck just donated $20.80
- Colleen & Peter Szalanski just donated $62.40
- Dinka D’Uva and Joe De Faria just donated $108.16
- Kristen Watson just donated $50.96
- Mel Same just donated $70
- Ian just donated $83.20
- Gwendelyn Chee Kim Ling just donated $10
- Andrew Kelly just donated $52
- Elke Ruane just donated $10
- Aditya Kaplatiya just donated $10