Save Kids' Lives With the Humpty Dumpty Foundation

Lady with her newborn baby

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation is a children’s charity that provides essential and often life-saving medical equipment for sick and injured children in hospitals across Australia.

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For 30 years, The Humpty Dumpty Foundation has provided equipment to 427 hospitals and health services across Australia.  Each piece of medical equipment requested is stringently assessed by Humpty’s medical sub-committee.

Humpty, together with our generous supporters, provides our hospitals and health services with the right equipment, in the right place, at the right time.

To date, Humpty has raised over $70m and in 2019, Humpty provided close to 450 pieces of medical equipment for Paediatric Wards, Neonatal Units, Maternity and Emergency Departments.  The Humpty Dumpty Foundation provides equipment for approximately 20,000 children (0- 18 years) who are in hospital on any given day.  On average in Australia, 1 in 5 babies will need medical intervention at birth.

In NSW, the Humpty Dumpty Foundation is the largest supplier of children’s medical equipment, behind the State Government, and is working hard with health officials and communities to ensure all states and territories have the equipment they need.  The charity relies heavily on the generosity of corporate and community donors. Fundraising initiatives including the Good Egg Lunch, Balmoral Burn, City2Surf and the Great Humpty Ball.

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation has enjoyed long-time support from its Patron, television journalist Ray Martin AM, Olympian Jane Flemming OAM – Ambassador/Board Member and Wallaby great Phil Kearns AM – Ambassador and Founder of the Humpty Dumpty Balmoral Burn.

Locals, community and business organisations interested in supporting the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and their local hospital, either by donating a piece of medical equipment or by making a donation, can visit or contact the Humpty Dumpty Foundation on 02 9419 2410.

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