Hosted by Sue Hunt, Chief Executive Officer, The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) Foundation this Virtual Corporate Breakfast centred on creative therapies and patient rehabilitation at the RCH, and featured presentations from Beth Dun, Manager of the Music Therapy and Child Life Therapy Programs as well as David Lee from K2LD.
We were thrilled to host Beth Dun from the Music Therapy Program and David Lee from K2LD and I’m sure you’ll agree both presentations were thought provoking and inspiring.
We’re truly grateful for the transformative support of K2LD. Their generosity in empowering patients at the hospital has been inspired by a personal connection with the RCH, and we’re honoured to have such a strong partnership with their team.
Beth Dun’s transformative work over the past 30 years in supporting the empowerment and rehabilitation of RCH patients is truly inspiriting, especially during such challenging times. If you are interested in supporting Music Therapy at the RCH, please reach out to Kate Dear, Corporate Engagement Manager at the RCH Foundation via [email protected]
Me and UooUoo: The RCH150 Anniversary Art Trail
Me and UooUoo: The RCH150 Anniversary Art Trail is one of the programs delivered as part of the RCH’s 150th birthday and is a wonderful Victoria-wide activation that encourages our community to get out and walk the streets of Melbourne and Geelong. The Art Trail features 100 unique sculptures painted by local artists, including Juzpop
If you’re interested in being involved and even exploring the creative working spaces, please contact Kate via [email protected] or on 0466 314 713.