What is the Big Walk for PMH?

An initiative of Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation, the Big Walk for PMH is a chance for the community to come together, have fun and raise money for kids in hospital. You, your family and friends can choose to walk either 6km or 15km with a whole host of fun activities along the way. And to top it all off, you’ll also be making a difference for kids by helping fund their care and treatment.

Where? Burswood Park
When? Sunday 12 November
What? 6km or 15km walk, with nine activities and the Stitches Bear Fair
Who? Fun for all the family

 

Fun new activities

Take your time and enjoy our fun new family activity stations on the route – leap through a rainbow sea of bubbles, bust a move at the Jungle Body dance party, or swing those hips at the Happy Hula-Hooping station. And the fun doesn’t stop once you finish! Join us for live entertainment and the Stitches Bear Fair where the kids can enjoy rides, face painting and more.

Perth Children's Hospital Foundation

We believe all children deserve a chance to live their healthiest and happiest lives; to be able to play and laugh with their siblings and friends; to feel safe and well cared for; to grow up and be whatever they choose to be.

This belief drives all we do.

We are the main fundraising body for Princess Margaret Hospital and the soon to open Perth Children’s Hospital as well as the wider Child & Adolescent Health Service in Western Australia.

We also work hard to promote healthy lifestyle messages to support parents in keeping their children well.
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Why Walk?

Tens of thousands of Western Australian children visit PMH every year. Money you raise for the Big Walk for PMH will make sure these children receive the best care possible so they have the chance to live their happiest and healthiest life. At the age of eight, Olivia was diagnosed with a large brain tumour and needed immediate surgery to remove it. Through intensive rehabilitation she learned to swallow, speak and move once again. Olivia continues to work with the Paediatric Rehabilitation team to transition back to school, become more independent around the house and develop further conversational skills.


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