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It’s easy to sign up, even my hooman can do it! Sign up and choose your challenge to do over 7 days and then ask the people you love to sponsor you.
Show us your paws
There will be many FURBULOUS challenges that are easy and fun for you to take part in and make a difference!
Join me today
If the suggested challenges aren’t your thing, you can choose your own daily challenge! Join me today!
Don’t forget to stand up and show your paws and make our sick kids smile!
What is PAWS for SICK KIDS?
Hi, I’m Wilbur, the Chief Cheer Officer (CCO) at Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney.
While I can be quite cheeky at times (this is what hooman says), I ruff to give the best cuddles to all the sick kids and their families that are staying at the House. I think they are they are super PAWSOME!
I’m asking all pets (and their lovable hoomans both big and small) to join me and help make sick kids smile!
You can choose your challenge from easy to hard (my hooman says I’m doing the easy one) or you can choose your own challenge. No matter which challenge you choose, I’m asking all pets to join me, have some fun and raise money for our pawsome kids and their families.
It’s easy and free to sign up, even my hooman can do it! – Sign up, choose your challenge and then ask the hoomans you love to sponsor you.
There will be many FURBULOUS challenges that are easy and fun for you to take part in and there will be opportunities for you to join a few competitions where I will to be the judge!
If the suggested challenges aren’t your thing, you can choose your own daily challenge! Join me today and let's make our sick kids smile!
Register now and start your pawsome fundraising today, if you raise at least $50 we will send your furry friend a free PAWS FOR SICK KIDS exclusive bandana! (*While stocks last)
Show Us Your Paws
Pick the challenge level that best suits your pets and your ability.
Some fun and cheeky challenges for you and your pets to take part such as the Selfie Challenge or Dress Up Challenge. All challenges can be found here.
Looking for a challenge? Take this challenge and do some pawsome things! All challenges can be found here.
Choose your own
Maybe you have a pet, maybe you don't. This is a chance for you to get involved and have some fun and create your own challenge to support sick kids and their families.
Big Shout out to our Fur-bulously Fundraising Stars!
Thank you for making our sick kids smile, you are super paw-some!
What is Paws for Sick Kids?
Paws for Sick kids is a campaign asking all pets (and their hoomans) to get together, do a few challenges (easy, hard or your own) and raise funds for seriously ill children.
Funds raised will go to support Ronald McDonald House Charities Sydney to keep families close while their child is being treated in hospital.
What are all the challenges?
There are two sets of challenges or you can create your own.
We have The Easy Pawsy challenges and The Pawfessional challenges
To learn more about these and see examples click here.
What is our fundraising goal?
Our goal is to raise 600 night (equivalent to $100,000). It costs $160 per night for one families and their sick child to stay at Ronald McDonald House. The more nights we raise, the more support our families will recieve. Join Paws for Sick kids now and help make sick kids smile!
How your pet can create smiles.
Ronald McDonald House Sydney gives seriously ill children the best gift of all – their families.
Our House is a warm and supportive home-away-from-home for families of children travelling to Randwick for treatment at the Sydney Children’s Hospital. RMHC Sydney is committed to providing family-focused care allowing families to stay by their child’s side during their treatment at the Sydney Children’s Hospital.
Our communal facilities help to create a social and supportive environment and offer a few of the comforts of home that make life just that little bit easier.
Read How Wilbur made Abby smile here.
Take a look at our inspo wall showcasing our supporters and their pets coming together to make a difference
Tag @rmhc_sydney and #pawsforsickkids to be featured