Gardiner Preschool

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Make a move and support my Dance For Sick Kids!

When a child is injured, or diagnosed with a serious illness, it affects the whole family. Lives can be turned upside down, and it puts families under enormous pressure. For many families, it can feel like it’s impossible to hold it together.

That’s why we're joining Ronald McDonald House Charities to Dance For Sick Kids this year.

we will be making a move every Kinder session for 7 days, to raise money that will help families stay in a home-away-from-home, access emotional and financial support, and more. From day one in the hospital and for as long as it takes,  your help ensures that families don’t have to navigate the challenges of illness or injury alone.

Please support us by making a tax-deductible donation to our challenge. Your generosity will make sure that Ronald McDonald House Charities can support even more families with a seriously ill or injured child when they need it most.

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Thanks to all the generous people who’ve donated to my challenge.


Robyn Brasher

Keep dancing you little cherubs. What a great cause ❤️


Merrin Wingfield


Catherine Cohen

Good luck dancing!


Lalla Broadbent-Walshe


Anthony Biondo

Fantastic x keep dancing


Doug & Eliza Sadler

Dance like you've never danced before :) Well done kids!


Ollie Perry


Frankie Bennett


Holly Webb

Well done Wattle Group! Keep on dancing! :-)


Mrs Brigid Jellis

Keep on dancing kids!


Olivia, Caleb And Olivia Abrahams

To James Dunlop and all the kids at Gardiner Preschool- so amazing you are supporting such a great cause! Dance away x


Eve Martin

What an amazing effort you little dance stars!


Jane Black

Great work Cilla and kids.


Danni Brown

Go Wattle Group! You are all legends and are doing something really special to help children who are sick in hospital. Be very proud of yourselves, as we are of you. From Miss Danni


Andrew Scott

Go Wattle group!


Trent Skurrie








Sophia Tahir

Go Wattle group,you all Rocks!


Kelly And Joel Laing


Jessie Morgan

Enjoy dancing for the kids James & all the children at Gardiner Preschool 🤗


Emily Tame And Mary


Nanna Dunlop




Noah Burke

Let's Get Dancing!


Sally Carydias


Jess Hutchison

Great job everyone.....keep dancing💃👯‍♂️




Milton Craigie

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At just 11 years old, Anunta was 100km from home, and learned that the cyst on her ankle was, in fact, a cancerous sarcoma. 

With no clothes, and nowhere to stay, Anunta’s parents, Doungnead and Anthony, didn’t know what to do. 

Thankfully, Ronald McDonald House Charities were able to provide a room for the family. When Anunta started chemotherapy, Doungnead was able to provide a taste of home, cooking fresh meals in their own little kitchen while the family focussed all their attention on her treatment.

“Being in a place where everyone cares about you, and is there for you, was so special. It became our second home” Anunta's Mum, Doungnead

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How Your Donation Helps

A global research team* worked with RMHC to evaluate the impact of our House Program on families around the world. The following is a summary of those findings**.

Make a tax-deductible donation today!


* The global team of researchers was drawn from leading universities, including the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), George Washington University, the University of Chicago, as well as from top medical centres in Hong Kong; Sydney, Australia; the United Kingdom; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Cincinnati, U.S.; and Toronto, Canada.

** Findings taken from RMHC Impact Research – the name for a suite of studies on the impact of RMHC around the world. The summaries provided here provide a snapshot of the findings from each of the key Ronald McDonald House Impact studies.


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