TeamKids is the main Charitable body that fundraises for the Women's and Children's Hospital in Adelaide and the fundraising platform for the Women's and Children's Hospital Foundation Inc. They have provided more than $30 milllion to the Women's and Children's Hospital in the last ten years and want to raise the bar by at least another $40 million in the next ten.
Some of the fantastic fundraising initiative that TeamKids use in order to raise these much needed funds are their annual "TeamKids Beyond Bank Easter Appeal" the "TeamKids Webathon", the "Glitter Meets Dust" Gala Dinner, their "Online Auction" and of course the all new TeamKids Prizehome Lottery.
TeamKids is committed to raising these funds with the help of the Australian public to ensure that mothers, their children and their families can access the very best medical care, hospital facilities, state of the art equipment, services and support in a time when they need it the most. The Women's and Children's Hospital holds a special place in most South Australian hearts as around 5,000 babies are born in the maternity wing every year and more than a quarter of a million children and mums are treated by the highly skilled, intensly dedicated and wonderfully committed hospital personel.
The best possible health care for the community served by the Women's and Children's Hospital.
Working in partnership with the Women’s & Children’s Hospital to realise community and donor expectations by investing in the best possible:
- Equipment & facilities
- Hospital environment
- Research and education supporting clinicians.
Inspiring our community to invest in health care and medical research at the Women's and Children's Hospital.
Demonstrate outstanding governance from building relationships with donors through to investment in the Women&'s and Children's Hospital.
Partner with the Women's and Children's Hospital to facilitate the provision of advanced equipment and facilities, research and education, and programs to assist in creating a positive hospital environment.