One of the fun ways you can support The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) is by attending a fundraising event.
From charity film screenings to gala balls, you’ll find a great range of events happening throughout the year. Keep your eye on this page for new additions.
To re-watch our past online events, please click here.
September - RCH Foundation events
1870 Society Virtual Lunch
Monday 27 September, 1pm – 2pm
Live via Zoom Webinar
The webinar will feature a thought-provoking discussion with one of our most inspiring new leaders, Professor David Eisenstat, Director of the RCH Children’s Cancer Centre.
Learn more about Prof Eisenstat’s extraordinary work and vision for the future of paediatric oncology care at the hospital.Register to attend Add event to your calendar
RCH150 Hospital Heroes Gallery: Impact
Friday 27 August – Friday 1 October
The RCH150 Hospital Heroes Gallery showcases the unsung heroes of the hospital. For the final exhibition of the series, we spotlight those who are at the heart of the RCH – the patients.
Meet some of the cheeky, vibrant, and ambitious children and young people who have been impacted by the incredible care, expertise and research at the RCH. The RCH150 Hospital Heroes Gallery series is proudly supported by BankVic, the member-owned bank for health workers.View the gallery online
September- RCH Champions fundraising events
Rob Dolan Virtual Big Roast for Cystic Fibrosis
10am Sunday 19 September – 4pm Sunday 26 September
Rob Dolan Wines Big Roast for Cystic Fibrosis event has moved online! From 10am on Sunday 19 September, place your bids in the virtual auction for jewelry, art, weekend luxury experiences and much more. There will also be a raffle with 16 amazing prizes for only $5 a ticket.
You can also purchase a Big Roast wine pack, with 50 per cent of profits donated to the Big Roast campaign.
Funds raised will go towards the RCH Cystic Fibrosis Research Trust. Your generosity can help build on research, and the quest for a cure.View the Rob Dolan event page Learn more about the Big Roast campaign