Heart Kids Wellington

  Wellington
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Heart Kids Wellington provides support, info, advocacy to the 400+ children & families affected by congenital heart defects in our region.

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  Wellington Sick Kids Family Support

Providing support, home/hospital visits, information, advocacy, connecting families with others in similar situations, coffee groups, education evenings, CPR training, youth peering, hospital care packs, travel grants. Speaking with groups, schools etc.

For the last 25 years, Heart Kids Wellington has been there supporting children and their families living with congenital heart defects. With 400+ members in Wellington we are growing on average by one each week. Sadly 30-40 of our children lose their battle each year, we are there supporting these families. Please help us to help heart kids.


Latest donations

  • Judy

    Judy on 28 May 2019

    $100

    In support of Harry Cunningham’s desert run

    $100

  • Matt, Amy, Kodi & Casey

    Matt, Amy, Kodi & Casey on 08 Jun 2018

    $20

    Thank you Heart Kids for all you do!

    $20

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 04 Feb 2018

    $10

    $10

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 10 Aug 2017

    Private

    Private

  • Grandparetns

    Grandparetns on 05 Aug 2016

    $100

    In memory of Ryan Ward

    $100


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