Leo from Kanahooka, Primordial Dwarf
Granted a trip to attend the National Conference for the Little People of America
Tamara from Albion Park, Genetic Disorder
Provided with speech therapy through the Therapy Assisted Programs
Frank from Dapto, born without legs
Received prosthetic legs, enabling him to walk for the first time
Sam from Dapto, Hemiplegic Migraine Disease
Presented with a wheelchair through the Love and Laughter Appeals Program
Nick from Oak Flats, Femur Fibula Ulna Syndrome
Member of the Sports Academy for Special Children
Keegan from Horsley, Global Development Delay
Member of the Music and Dance Program for Special Children
Our Vision: To enrich the lives of sick, disabled and disadvantaged children in regional Australia through support, love and laughter.
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.
Local optometrist, Specsavers Dapto, has been working hard to raise funds of more than $1200 for the KidzWish Foundation thanks to the Specsavers Community Program.
A puppet, a dog, a pile of poker chips and an iconic grin - it is a combination Donald Keys hopes is a winning one for this year's Archibald Prize.
For years, Caleb Jordan's place in sport was on the sidelines, watching his four sisters in action.
But these days he has his own games to get to.
Illawarra’s elite athletes and casual competitors alike will compete in Wollongong tomorrow (July 5) to be crowned the strongest and fittest athlete at the Definition Games Day.
9 year old Anthea Scott enjoys swimming, horse riding and spending time at the beach with her family.
Anthea has a genetic condition called Incontinentia Pigmenti, a genetic disorder, that among other issues affect her brain and causes movement control impairments.
Max is a vibrant and eager character, who like many boys his age, finds some of his greatest enjoyments in the realm of sport and activities. His bright and energetic demeanour is captivating to everyone he meets.