The Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation is the official and largest funder of the Perth Children’s Hospital and the wider Child and Adolescent Health Service after government. Their support over the past 25 years has totalled more than $92 million with a further $21 million committed over the next five years.
The Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation was previously known as the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) Foundation. The change of name occurred in August 2016, in preparation for the opening of the newly established Perth Children's Hospital. The PMH Foundation was originally established in 1998.
Through the support of its generous donors and partners, the Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation is helping to transform the healthcare of WA’s sick children so they can live their healthiest and happiest lives. By working closely with those on the frontline, the Foundation has an in-depth understanding of what clinicians and researchers need in order to have a tangible impact where it counts most.
This knowledge guides the solutions being funded, ensuring sick children and young people have access to world-class care through investment in the most advanced equipment and technology, ground-breaking research, innovative education and training programs, investment in the expertise of world class clinicians, and positive patient and family experiences.