Register for this year’s Humpty Dumpty Balmoral Burn on Sunday 27 May 2018 to help the Humpty Dumpty Foundation raise money to buy vital/life-saving medical equipment for hospitals across Australia including Moruya District Hospital.
On this year’s ‘Wish List’ for Moruya District Hospital is a Panda Neonatal Resuscitaire Unit valued at $32,500 for the Maternity Unit.
The Humpty Dumpty Balmoral Burn is a fun day out for the entire family with a 420 metre race category for everyone, including the family pet. For those that like to really “feel the burn”, the high intensity obstacle challenge ‘Hill of Hurt’ will return for its fourth year.
The annual Sydney event was created by Humpty Dumpty Foundation Ambassador and Wallaby legend, Phil Kearns AM 18 years ago and has raised over $30 million to date.
Register at www.humpty.com.au to participate in this year’s event as an individual, family, school, with your pet, or as a corporate team.
Moruya District Hospital has sought help from the Humpty Dumpty Foundation to donate the Panda Neonatal Resuscitaire Unit.
The Panda Neonatal Resuscitaire Unit is vital for providing infants with a purpose built examination bed. It includes a warmer and special monitoring devices, and can be stocked with other equipment to provide oxygen, needed for resuscitation, in treating critically ill babies. This life-saving equipment will be used daily.
“At this year’s Humpty Dumpty Balmoral Burn, we will be raising money to purchase much needed medical equipment for many of our 373 hospitals across Australia. I invite you to join us ‘on the hill’ on Sunday 27 May for this year’s Balmoral Burn to help us to make a difference to babies and children across Australia,” said Paul Francis OAM, Humpty Dumpty Foundation Founder and Executive Chairman.
But not everyone can join in the fun run - so community members and business organisations interested in supporting the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and their local hospital by donating a piece of medical equipment or by making a donation can view the wish list at www.humpty.com.au or contact the Humpty Dumpty Foundation on 9419 2410.