Our Trust and Foundation Partnerships
The Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation has received great support from our Trust and Foundation partners. This support has made significant impact for our patients and their families. We highly value these partnerships and the difference it has made for our community. A sincere thanks to all these important partners – the amazing work that happens here every day wouldn’t be possible without your valued support.
Connect with us to make an Impact
If your Trust or Foundation would like to partner with the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation to make a difference for our patients and the community, please contact Kim Millar firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 9382 4263.
Partnerships and their Impact
Danks Trustees Helping us Inform Indigenous Patients
During NAIDOC week, the Foundation launched information brochures to foster communication and help inform our Indigenous patients about the Aboriginal services offered at the Prince of Wales Hospital. A big thank you goes to the Danks Trustees who provided funds to make this initiative possible. “Having worked for the Prince of Wales Hospital for a long time, I am so humbled for the opportunity to provide these brochures as support and information to our Indigenous patients.” Linda Boney, Aboriginal Liaison Officer.
Randwick City Council Provides Dementia Respite Care
Working with the Foundation, Randwick City Council funded equipment for Annabel House to better support respite aged care in the community. The purchased equipment has since improved comfort, support and self-esteem for the elderly members of our community.
Fostering Aged Care Mobility with the Honda Foundation
The Honda Foundation helped our Aged Care Ward patients experience greater mobility and achieve a higher quality of life, while being treated at the Prince of Wales Hospital by proving the funding for two Sara Stedy Standing Aids and a Tilt Table.
This generously funded equipment will benefit and support hundreds of patients every year. We cannot be more grateful to the Honda Foundation for helping us to provide the best care possible for our elderly patients.
Orica funds Indigenous Mental Health Training
Thanks to the generous support of Orica, workshops for Youth Mental Health First Aid Training were held at La Perouse Land Council for Prince of Wales Hospital staff, volunteers and community support workers who work with Aboriginal youth.
The training, hosted by Liesl Homes from Headspace and Aboriginal health worker Kevin Heath, tackles a big priority issue for young Aboriginal people from the local area. This amazing help from Orica builds on previous support for the Foundation and demonstrates Orica’s ongoing commitment to support local community initiatives.
The Deafness Foundation Supports our Audiology Department
“Hearing is core to our connection with others”
Our Foundation was proud to join forces with the Deafness Foundation in providing a new portable audiometer for the Prince of Wales Hospital Audiology Team.
Audiologist Florencia says, “This equipment is useful for patients like Maureen who can’t leave their room for different reasons. It will improve access to timely diagnosis of a hearing problem, when the patient may need it the most”