Hosted by Sue Hunt, Chief Executive Officer, The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) Foundation, the Virtual Corporate Breakfast webinar centred on the impact corporate fundraising has on adolescent medicine at the RCH.
The event focused on the Chronic Illness Peer Support (ChIPS) program, and featured an inspiring video from RCH patients involved in the ChIPS program, as well as presentations from Dr Mick Creati, Paediatrician and Adolescent Medicine Physician and Joseph Chahin, Director of William Buck.
Thank you to the ChIPPERS (Emily, Kale, Georgia, Fady and Jess) for creating such a moving video that really showcased firsthand the impact of the ChIPS program on patients at the RCH, and the incredible tenacity of the group.
It was also fantastic to hear from Dr Mick Creati, who not only spoke about the impact of corporate fundraising on adolescent medicine, but his own fundraising endeavors. His passion for supporting patients at the RCH, both professionally and personally, is incredibly inspiring and we wish him all the best on his upcoming fundraising bike rides.
We’re truly grateful for the support of Joseph Chanin and William Buck. The generosity of our corporate supporters makes such a remarkable difference to the lives of children at the RCH, and we’re honoured to have such a strong partnership with them.
If you are interested in learning more about corporate fundraising, or how you can support the ChIPS program please reach out to Kate Dear, Corporate Engagement Manager at the RCH Foundation via [email protected].