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WHERE ARE THEY NOW: Meg gives back to Little Heroes!

WHERE ARE THEY NOW: Meg gives back to Little Heroes!

Written by Meg

After being diagnosed with a brain tumour at the age of two and again at 5, Meg became a familiar face here at Little Heroes Foundation. Meg now regularly volunteers at our office to help our admin team, and we want to share with you an update on how Meg is going now.

Meet Ivy – the butterfly beneath the bandages

Meet Ivy – the butterfly beneath the bandages

Supporting Rare Disease Day February 28th

When Ivy was born it was obvious that she was unique. Born without the skin on her left leg , it was very early in Ivy's life that she was diagnosed with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), which is often called 'the worst disease you have never heard of.'
Kokoda Trek Moved to October!

Kokoda Trek Moved to October!

Register now and start fundraising!

DATE CHANGE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Kokoda Trek dates have been moved to 1st -12th of October 2017!

Join Little Heroes Foundation this October and follow in the footsteps of the Australian soldiers along the Kokoda Track. A world class, challenging, jungle bushwalking experience, the Kokoda Track inspires cultural interaction, not only with our own wartime history, but also with the trek crew and villagers you meet along the way!
Stars Align for T20 Cricket Fundraiser

Stars Align for T20 Cricket Fundraiser

Thank you to Rachel Lawrie and all involved!

Little Heroes Foundation would like to thank all involved in the Celebrity Cricket Tournament at Prospect Oval on Sunday February 12.

A host of star players came out to play, including Tony Modra, Wayne Weidemann, Andrew Jarman, Natalie Bode, Alisa and Lysandra, Paul Stewart, Jared Petrenko, Jarrod Walsh, plus many more!

WHERE ARE THEY NOW: Sunnilee gets married!

WHERE ARE THEY NOW: Sunnilee gets married!

Congratulations to the happy couple!

Little Heroes Foundation is thrilled to announce that earlier this month, one of our original Little Heroes got married!

Sunnilee was supported by McGuinness McDermott Foundation in the mid 1990's.
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