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Henry a Hero to Mum this End of Financial Year

Henry a Hero to Mum this End of Financial Year

His story, as written by his mum Angela.

Give LOVE this end of financial year, to support children just like Henry, who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia just over 12 months ago. Read his story, as written by his mum Angela.

Celebrating 22 years of Little Heroes Foundation

Celebrating 22 years of Little Heroes Foundation

In this time, we've contributed over $20 million in lifesaving equipment, facilities and services.

Today is our 22nd birthday and what a ride it has been!

We started as a small foundation, that worked to raise funds to provide essential equipment and facilities for children living with cancer. Many of you may know our story, but for those who don't, we think HG Nelson summed it up best...
Help SA kids get the treatment they deserve!

Help SA kids get the treatment they deserve!

These Little Heroes need our help, but we can’t do it on our own!

It’s no secret that Little Heroes Foundation is passionate about supporting seriously ill children and their families that are doing it tough. It’s how the foundation began back in 1996, and it is how we will continue to be, to ensure children get the support and treatment they deserve. Read the stories of Amaaya, Charlie, Maya and Amelia, and consider making a donation to help these Little Heroes on their journeys with serious illness.

 
Mother’s Day Luncheon returns to National Wine Centre

Mother’s Day Luncheon returns to National Wine Centre

Raising close to $20,000 for our Little Heroes! Well done, mums!

Our Mother’s Day Luncheon returned to the National Wine Centre last Friday, as we celebrated the everyday super heroes in our lives – our mums!
Help us send Amaaya to the US!

Help us send Amaaya to the US!

Clinical trials could save this young toddler's sight!

Little Amaaya was born with a congential eye disease known as Leber's Congential Amaurosis, which has left the Adelaide 3-year-old in almost complete darkness since birth. With only 10% vision available, and being colourblind, Amaaya's life will forever be impacted by her condition.
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