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Thank You Canberra for Caring and Sharing
Canberra’s health care workers have been overwhelmed by the generosity and support the local community has provided them throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The Canberra Hospital Foundation’s #CHFCareShare campaign has been so popular it has already received close to 3,700 donations for our healthcare workers at Canberra Health Services.
CHF CEO Helen Falla said the variety of donations came with a clear message: “thank you for keeping us safe”. “Although we are not through this pandemic yet, it’s clear that the Canberra community values highly the nurses, doctors, allied health professionals, security teams, cleaning staff and administrators who are unrelenting in their drive to keep us safe and healthy,” Ms Falla said.
Canberra Hospital Foundation to receive a funding boost
Sick kids at the Centenary Hospital for Women and Children will soon have a reason to smile thanks to the launch of a campaign at Coles to raise funds for leading-edge equipment.
As of today, ACT shoppers can help support the Canberra Hospital Foundation by purchasing a $2 donation card at Coles supermarkets.
The two-week campaign is part of a national initiative known as Curing Homesickness, which brings children’s hospitals from across Australia together to get sick kids home from hospital sooner or make their hospital stay easier.
New program supports mental wellbeing for rehabilitation patients during COVID19
The University of Canberra Hospital’s Specialist Centre for Rehabilitation, Recovery and Research will launch a new program focused on patient mental wellbeing, while making use of innovative rehabilitation equipment funded through Canberra Hospital Foundation.
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COVID-19 - a message from our CEO
The Canberra Hospital Foundation is committed to supporting people in our community who require healthcare services in Canberra especially those who are vulnerable and at risk in times like we are currently experiencing.
To read more about our response to Covid-19, click through.