Help us save lives this Christmas

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Thousands of patients will be treated at the Prince of Wales Hospital over this festive season and more than 200 people come through the Emergency Department alone.
Help us provide access to the best care available for all patients this Christmas.  

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2022 Grant Rounds

Every year our annual Grant Round accepts applications for funding towards staff-led research and innovation projects, education initiatives and for additional equipment needs across the hospital. The 2022 Grant Rounds are now CLOSED.

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City2Surf

The World’s Largest Fun Run – City2Surf is back! Sign up for the 2022 City2Surf in Sydney on Sunday 14 August and help the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation raise vital funds for medical research, innovation and staff education projects.

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Christmas appeal

For many patients, the leadup to Christmas is a very special time. Sadly, thousands of patients will be treated over the festive season and more than 200 people come through the Emergency Department alone. Help the Prince of Wales Hospital continue to support patients over the festive season.

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Our new look

The Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation has launched a new brand. The new brand visually reflects a new and exciting chapter in our story as we continue to provide Prince of Wales Hospital with more opportunities to pioneer a healthier tomorrow.

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