Every little Aussie life deserves equal access to healthcare.

Every little bit counts. Just ask Moses.

When Darwin baby Moses Wigness Jr was born, his parents’ joy quickly turned to fear when he was diagnosed with a congenital heart defect.

But once he was flown to Melbourne in a Transport Incubator, donated to Royal Darwin Hospital by the Humpty Dumpty Foundation, he was able to undergo life-saving heart surgery.

Humpty needs your support to ensure we can continue to provide hospitals with the medical equipment they urgently need.

It shouldn’t matter where you live, but sadly it does.

PLEASE SUPPORT HUMPTY TODAY

Your tax deductable donation will help Humpty continue to provide urgently needed life-saving medical equipment to hospitals and health services across Australia.

Help Humpty continue to give little Aussie kids the best fighting chance. 

THANK YOU

We are so grateful for your incredible commitment to the Humpty Dumpty Foundation, for your contribution and support to the lives of countless children across the nation.

 

Questions

How is Humpty helping?

In these uncertain times, one thing is for certain - Australian hospitals need life-saving equipment more than ever. Through the support of all our individual donors and corporate partners, Humpty has been able to ease the load for frontline doctors and nurses around the nation by providing much needed equipment to hospitals in metropolitan and regional areas.

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation is the largest charitable supplier of children’s medical equipment behind State and Territory Governments across Australia and is working hard with health officials and communities to ensure all states and territories have the equipment they need.

How is Humpty supporting our frontline workers?

Unfortunately, even in a pandemic, kids will still get sick and babies will still be born too early or with a range of conditions that need medical treatment.

How doctors and nurses manage those children has changed somewhat, and travel restrictions mean our hospitals - especially our rural and regional hospitals and emergency departments - more than ever before, depend on having the right medical equipment to assess and treat sometimes incredibly challenging cases. The right equipment in the right place at the right time ensures less stress for the medical teams while little patients get the best care possible.

How many hospitals does Humpty support?

To date, Humpty has provided medical equipment to Paediatric Wards, Neonatal Units, Maternity and Emergency Departments in 443 hospitals and health service centres right across Australia and this hospital list continues to grow.

How does Humpty make a tangible difference?

One of Humpty's breakthrough fundraising methods was the creation of Humpty’s Wish List in 2001. Each piece of medical equipment item that appears on the Wish List has been specifically requested by a hospital to meet an urgent need and is approved by our Medical Sub-Committee.

Humpty’s Wish List provides donors the opportunity to choose a piece of medical equipment within their budget for a hospital of their choice. Each piece of medical equipment donated is purchased directly by the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and delivered to the nominated hospital. All medical equipment purchases and donations received are 100% tax deductible and make a significant difference to the health and well-being of hundreds of thousands of children across Australia.

Humpty’s Wish List makes a real tangible difference to Australian hospitals, ensuring they have equitable access to medical equipment they need.

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation is the largest charitable supplier of children’s medical equipment behind State and Territory Governments across Australia and is working hard with health officials and communities to ensure all states and territories have the equipment they need.

View Humpty’s current Wish List.

Is my donation tax deductible?

Yes, all donations of $2 and over are tax deductible and you will be automatically emailed a receipt.

A big thank you to our Supporters

The real heroes who are kindly helping us achieve our goal

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Carole Pyne

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Linda Mcdowell

To all the amazing staff at the NICU and Children’s ward @ RNS thank you for your dedication and never ending support you help change lives forever. You are all very special people xx

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Amber Burbidge

Keep up the brilliant work Humpty. Such a very special cause.

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Hope the fund-raiser goes well, Ann

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I was very moved by your Good Egg magazine. I only wish I could donate more

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Good cause - keep up the good work

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Keep going Humpty, you are amazing

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Wonderful Director of Partnerships and Marketing Jordana Kirby!

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Amazing charity , congratulations on your efforts to fund essential life saving equipment to rural Australia

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Thank you team.

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Ran Balmoral Burn last year and this, forgot the entrance fees hehe, so here goes, pretty lonely up the hill but thinking of the little ones

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For the little ones

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Thanks.

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