It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas: the Foundation’s Christmas Gifting Tree appeal kicks off for 2017
Gold Coast Hospital Foundation’s annual Christmas Gifting Tree appeal will see beautifully decorated Christmas trees returning to the Gold Coast University Hospital and Robina Hospital foyers this festive season in support of countless sick and injured Gold Coast children and adults.
From Tuesday 28 November 2017 to Friday 5 January 2018, hospital staff, families, visitors and the wider Gold Coast community are invited to make a donation to the Foundation and hang a special Christmas message on the tree for their loved ones or other patients who will be spending their Christmas in hospital.
The Foundation’s Christmas cracker card can be purchased with a minimum $2 donation on the ‘Tap and Go’ collection box provided.
The Christmas Gifting Tree appeal is raising much-needed funds for essential support services, lifesaving medical equipment, valuable medical research, and specialist training and education for local medical staff. The community’s generosity this Christmas will help the Foundation provide the best health care possible to Gold Coasters in need.
Your support this Christmas will help patients just like identical triplets Phoenix, Noah and Lyrik, who were born three months premature. These miracle babies battled long and hard to overcome numerous medical complications, but thankfully they had the hospital’s specialist medical teams and the support of generous Foundation donors to ensure they received the best care locally.