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BedsOnline is a supporter of the Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation and proudly makes a product donation to their Gold Telethon annually.
The Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation is a charitable organisation that exists to fund ground breaking research and everyday clinical care at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick.
Their vision is to ensure that every child now and in the future can access world-class medical care whenever they need it.
The Foundation funds the vital clinical care that these children need now, so they have the best possible treatment and Hospital experience. By discovering better ways to diagnose, treat or prevent childhood disease and injuries, we also help generations of children to come.
We couldn’t be more thrilled to support such a worthy cause. Please join with BedsOnline and support the #goldappeal here.
Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation – inspiring the community to support sick kids so they can live their best lives.
Breast Cancer Network Australia is the peak national organisation for all Australians affected by breast cancer. BCNA works to ensure that women and men diagnosed with breast cancer, and their families, receive the very best information, treatment, care and support possible.
BedsOnline.com.au are thrilled to be supporting Breast Cancer Network Australia. With over 110,000 members and 325 Member Groups, BCNA knows what it is like to hear the words ‘you have breast cancer’.
If you or someone you love has been affected by breast cancer then contact BCNA on 1800 500 258 or visit www.bcna.org.au.
Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) works to ensure that Australians affected by breast cancer receive the very best support, information, treatment and care appropriate to their individual needs.
- In 2017 it is estimated that 17,586 women and 144 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer
- An average of 48 people every day
- Five year survival rate is 90%
- The risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer by age 85 is 1 in 8 for women and 1 in 631 for men.