Sign up to be a Dry Hero and support Gold Coast Hospital Foundation, which is now a beneficiary of this national fundraising campaign to improve the well-being of people affected by cancer.
Dry July encourages people to give up alcohol for the month of July. Taking part in Dry July gives you the chance to focus on yourself, notice your own drinking habits and the value of a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
Gold Coast Hospital Foundation’s cancer patient transport service is one way we are easing the burden of cancer on the Gold Coast.
Support this work by signing up to be a Dry Hero and raise funds for the Gold Coast Hospital Foundation, or make a donation at:
Catch up with the latest news from the Foundation.
- How patients are benefiting from the generosity of our donors.
- From toddlers to patient’s families, learn about the positive outcomes donors are supporting
- The glamorous plans for the 2016 Gala fundraising dinner at Jupiters Gold Coast
Thank you to all our donors, your support is greatly appreciated.
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All aboard the good ship Jupiters Gold Coast for a night of fundraising on the high seas for the 2016 Gold Coast Hospital Foundation Gala.
Enjoy the fun, entertainment and excitement of a night on a cruise ship, while enjoying a three course dinner prepared by the award winning Jupiter’s chefs, premium beverage package, surprise interactive performances, live entertainment, auctions, raffles and much more.
This wonderful night of cruise ship glamour is the Foundation’s major fundraising event of the year and will help care for many patients in need.
Be part of this major community event:
Gold Coast Hospital Foundation Fundraising Gala
Saturday 20 August 2016 at 6.30pm
Pavilion Ballroom, Jupiters Gold Coast, Broadbeach
Dress: Black Tie
Table bookings at www.gchfoundation.org.au/events or phone 07 5594 6986
In July 2015 Gold Coast Hospital Foundation took over management and funding of a dedicated transport service for local cancer patients (previously known as Monique’s Bus).
With three new buses on the road, five days per week, since commencing this vital service has helped relieve the financial and emotional distress associated with regular treatment, travel and parking worries for more than 970 individual patients.
One patient who regularly uses the service, Lisa (pictured), said: “I couldn’t have got through my treatment without the transport service. I don’t know what else to say. I have no idea what I would do if the bus didn’t exist.”
On behalf of the patients who cannot afford parking and travel costs and/or have no one to drive them to appointments, we thank you for helping fund this service through donations and sponsorships.