Finding cures. Saving lives. The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation www.tpchfoundation.org.au
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Under the Patronage of HRH Prince Charles KG
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Australians were killed in 2010 by heart disease. In Australia, 30% of paediatric deaths are as a result of heart disease. Heart disease kills more women than breast and ovarian cancers combined - 37% of adult female deaths are due to cardiovascular diseases. One in five Australians is affected by heart disease.
Finding cures. Saving Lives.
Shelley, Keoni and Zackia Hoyland
1 in 3 children die from heart disease. Keoni survived.
37% of women die from heart disease. Shelley survived.
Keoni Hoyland had heart surgery at The Prince Charles Hospital when he was 8 months old. Two years later, The Prince Charles Hospital gave his mum, Shelley, a heart transplant.
Rohan Corpus travels throughout Queensland as coordinator of the Indigenous Cardiac Outreach Program.
Indigenous Australians are dying from preventable developing-world diseases.
From 2003 to 2007, Indigenous people were three times more likely to die from heart disease. Australian Indigenous people have one of the highest rates of acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease in the world. Indigenous Australians have higher rates of diabetes and kidney disease, common amongst people with heart disease. The Prince Charles Hospital is leading the way in â€˜closing the gapâ€™.
Finding cures. Saving Lives.
Trevor Carr, transplant recipient, lived to meet baby William.
finding cures and saving lives. We are leading internationally in: • • • • •
Heart and lung transplantation Saving hearts without surgery World-leading artificial heart development Rheumatic fever vaccine Queensland heart valve bank www.tpchfoundation.org.au
$1.2 million to research projects in 2010 We awarded more than
We are the charity which supports Australia’s largest cardiac hospital, The Prince Charles Hospital.
Our Patron is His Royal Highness Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales.
From your ‘backyard’, we save lives throughout Australia and the Pacific.
We are governed by a Board of Directors. We raise money through our commercial cafe and catering operation, through donations and bequests, fundraising events and corporate partnerships.
We find cures for Australia’s biggest killers, including the seven national health priority areas. Through our grant program, we champion world-class researchers and foster the next generation of doctors, nurses, allied health professionals and scientists.
Sources: Australia’s Health 2010, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Women and heart disease, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and Heart Foundation The Health of Queenslanders 2010, Report of the Chief Health Officer Queensland Finding cures. Saving Lives.
Will you find cures and save lives? The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation is interested in creating new business partnerships to support lifesaving medical research.
Supported by a Memorandum of Understanding, to provide multi-year funding for an area of research.
Host a fundraising event or buy a table or team sponsorship at one of our annual functions.
Work place giving
Set a target for staff donations and match with a coporate donation.
Encourage your employees to make fortnightly tax deductible payroll donations to The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation.
Let us talk to you about working together to find essential cures and save precious Australian lives. Kate Ashton, Chief Executive Officer Marla Edwards, Major Gifts & Partnerships Manager Phone (07) 3139 4636 Email firstname.lastname@example.org www.tpchfoundation.org.au www.tpchfoundation.org.au
Brooke survived heart failure after Mani was born.