Together, we are supporting WA children
Your incredible generosity has enabled us to support 97 beneficiaries in 2022 delivering life-changing outcomes for West Australian children.
There are 97 reasons to be proud WA!
The fantastic fundraising result last year, which was led by our Little Telethon Stars Ollie and Lucy, means Telethon is able to support 97 beneficiaries and children’s charities in 2022 – a big jump from 65 beneficiaries in 2021.
There is an ongoing and significant need in the Not-For-Profit charity sector and thanks to the generosity of WA, a large number of amazing grass-roots children’s charities will receive Telethon funding to help transform the lives of our most vulnerable, disadvantaged and sick children.
We can all reflect proudly that Telethon truly symbolises WA’s shared passion, common bond, and dedication to give generously.
ZeroG is a new force helping WA kids achieve their maximum results
A message from the kids of WA2m watching time
An Australian-first robot that helps kids learn how to walk has just arrived at the Healthy Strides Foundation in East Victoria Park, Western Australia.
The mastermind behind the idea, Dr Dayna Pool, first saw the technology being used in the United States and spent ten years campaigning to bring it to Western Australia.
This ground-breaking balance and support technology is a first for Western Australia and is set to change the lives of children and their families.
Camp Quality – Kids Impacted by Carers Cancer1m watching time
On April 8, we announced the 97 beneficiaries Telethon will be supporting in 2022. Thanks to the generosity of the West Australian community, we are able to support more organisations and children's charities than ever before. The kids in this video represent those that are directly impacted by your Telethon donation, with a heart-felt message to say thanks.
When astronauts reach for the stars, they soar in zero gravity. Now WA kids with neurological conditions or injuries can take one giant leap too, supported by ZeroG – a world-leading technology that stops people falling as they undergo crucial rehabilitation. ZeroG is a balance and support system that gives confidence to children every step…Read More
WA beef industry producers put their best hats on and raised $26,000 for Telethon on Thursday, May 5 in a history-making gathering of pastoralists from across Australia. They came from far and wide to give something back to the vulnerable, disadvantaged and sick children of WA. Pilbara pastoralists and Droughtmaster breeders Mike and Sue Thompson…Read More
With the last Telethon Home being built back in 2019, this year’s charity home is back with a clean design to make up for lost time. Home Group have generously agreed to design and donate the completed home, while Satterley has donated the land to ensure all proceeds of the home go directly to Telethon.…Read More