Leo from Kanahooka, Primordial Dwarf
Received a trip to attend the National Conference for the Little People of America
Tamara from Albion Park, Genetic Disorder
Received speech therapy through the KidzWish Therapy Assisted Program
Frank from Dapto, born without legs
Received prosthetic legs, enabling him to walk for the first time
Sam from Dapto, Hemiplegic Migraine Disease
Received a wheelchair through the KidzWish Love and Laughter Appeals Program
Nick from Oak Flats, Femur Fibula Ulna Syndrome
Member of the KidzWish Sports Academy for Special Children
Keegan from Horsley, Global Development Delay
Member of the KidzWish Music and Dance Program for Special Children
Our Vision: That the sick, disabled and disadvantaged children in Regional Australia get the support, love and laughter they need.
Our Mission: To be the best regional charity in delivering support, love and laughter to sick, disabled and disadvantaged children in need.
Primary Market: 0 to 18 year old children, who are sick, disabled or disadvantaged (Special Children).
Primary Support Funding: KidzWish is a fully self funded organisation depending completely on the generosity of individuals and businesses like you.
Thousands of happy children left WIN Entertainment Centre on Thursday afternoon (November 21) as the annual Stockland KidzWish Christmas Party wrapped up.
The WIN Entertainment Centre will be filled with thousands of smiling faces this Thursday (November 21) when KidzWish puts on the biggest Christmas Party for special children in regional Australia – the Stockland KidzWish Christmas Party.
Some Christmas cheer is again being brought to Illawarra people this year with the region’s largest Christmas tree being installed on November 14. The Greater Building Society is funding the installation of the nine metre tree outside the WIN Entertainment Centre for the fourth year in a row.
Illawarra residents will be able to help support KidzWish while getting their dental check up to mark the second birthday of My Dental Team.
Member for Kiama Gareth Ward has presented Chris Beaven of Jamberoo with a Community Service Award for her extraordinary service to the disabilities sector.
They say charity begins at home, and that's certainly the case when it comes to putting on the biggest Christmas Party for special children in regional Australia.