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What is HeartKids Super Boss Day all about?
We need you to be a real superhero for Aussie heart kids!
Our Guest Blogger HeartKid Elle was very involved from a community perspective in the National Strategic Action Plan for Childhood Heart Disease..here are her thoughts on the process.
Our Guest Blogger HeartKid Elle shares her tips and tricks for exercising - from an amateurs point of view
Our New Guest Blogger HeartKid Elle shares her tips and tricks for getting ready for surgery, what to expect during your hospital stay and at home.
Today the Minister for Health, The Hon. Greg Hunt MP, reiterated the Australian Government's support for the Conquering Childhood Heart Disease Research Mission, by providing $750,000 in funding to investigate regeneration of heart muscle using stem ...
Mark Brooke, HeartKids CEO, reflects on HeartKids Teen Camp and our role in helping young people prepare for managing their own health into their early adult years.
Evelyn is dressing up as her super hero for HeartKids Super Boss Day, her hero is her heart surgeon.
A pro-bono partnership between unique charity HeartKids and media agency Initiative has seen a 33% lift in revenue year on year for national fundraising campaign Sweetheart Day, for which Initiative was able to secure over $3 million worth of pro-bon ...
8 babies are born every day in Australia with a heart defect. That's 8 parents going through hell while they watch their child fight to remain earth side, and every week 4 lives are lost, that’s 4 parents now living in hell.
Held annually on Valentine's Day, Sweetheart Day raises much-needed funds to provide support for kids, teens and adults affected by congenital/childhood heart disease all across Australia.
Join the fight against congenital/childhood heart disease by ...