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Wishing You A Safe And Happy Christmas

18 December, 2014

Little Heroes Foundation's team would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Thanks for your generous support throughout 2014. Our office will close on Thursday 18 December and reopen on Monday 12 January, 2015. More>>

Christmas Party Goes Off With A Bounce!

12 December, 2014

Thanks to everyone who came to our Kids Christmas Party at Bounce. More than 200 people including our little heroes, their families and supporters were there to enjoy a brilliant day. A special thanks to SA Power Networks for sponsoring the entire event for us!More>>

Gallipolli Cruise Auction!

11 December, 2014

To celebrate Anzac Day's 100th Anniversary Variety SA and Little Heroes Foundation are auctioning a 36 day cruise for two people valued at over $50,000! Auction is live and ends on 19 Dec at 1pmMore>>

Magic Cave Visit For Little Heroes

9 December, 2014

The Magic Cave is something seriously children rarely get to enjoy. We would like to thank the team at David Jones for once again hosting a special visit for families supported by Little Heroes Foundation.

Little Heroes' Marathon Team Conquers New York

4 November, 2014

Congratulations to our team of runners who competed in this year's New York Marathon! All finished the event safely and we thank them for their incredible fundraising efforts.More>>

Springfield Direct Christmas Hams And Fruit Boxes

3 November, 2014

With Christmas fast approaching our friends at Springfield Direct have you covered! Their Little Heroes Christmas hams are back and businesses can also order new Little Heroes fruit boxes! $5 from each ham and fruit box helps us support seriously ill children. More>>

Dr John Flett's Latest Exhibition For Little Heroes

29 October, 2014

Long time supporter, Dr John Flett, is presenting his latest exhibition of paintings to raise funds for Little Heroes Foundation. 'In Praise of Australia' runs from 16 January to 7 February, 2015 at the Pepper Street Arts Centre, Magill. Funds raised will go towards our $4 million robotic rehabilitation and research centre at the Women's and Children's HospitalMore>>


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