- Anonymous just donated $1,000
- Anonymous just donated $10.55
- MinterEllison MatchME just donated $118
- LOAN THI ANH TRAN just donated $100
- Anonymous just donated $12.13
- Buildsafe Australia PTY LTD just donated $386
- Anonymous just donated $52.75
- Tuan just donated $50
- HOI IERA-VIC ST ALBANS just donated $700
- Andrew Hill just donated $75
- Anonymous just donated $5
- John Morgan just donated $105.50
- Balsam Abdalla just donated $7.39
- Michelle & Barry Merrett just donated $40
- HOI IERA-VIC RICHMOND just donated $445
- HOI IERA-VIC COLLINGWOOD just donated $245
- Corrs Melbourne Community Committee just donated $500
- Portland House Foundation just donated $206.09
- Kane Baker just donated $104.40
- Julia Thermos just donated $26.10
Thank you to our generous community for raising a record-breaking $22,328,154 for the kids!
One of the things that defines the Good Friday Appeal is the thousands of volunteers on fire trucks and at traffic lights, in pubs and clubs and at hundreds of events shaking the Good Friday Appeal tins as people opened their hearts and their wallets to support The Royal Children's Hospital.
With the collection tin always at the heart of fundraising for the Appeal, the traditional tin shake has been given a helping hand with the Virtual Tin Shake.
The next Virtual Tin Shake campaign will commence in early 2023. Please visit this page for updates.
Since 1931, the Good Friday Appeal has raised funds for The Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne. Over this time, funding has supported projects at the Hospital that have helped it become world leading.
With support from our wonderful community of fundraisers, the Good Friday Appeal can help the Hospital continue to provide world-class care to patients and their families by funding projects in four key areas:
- State of the art equipment and technology
- Ground breaking research
- Education and training for staff development
- Patient and family centred care programs
Thank you for choosing the Good Friday Appeal. Your fundraising efforts will make a real difference to the lives of children at The Royal Children's Hospital.