It has been recently revealed in a report that the Royal Kids hospital donations have reached a record high. This has been due to the combined efforts of the local people as well as the authorities who have worked really hard for this donation to reach the required limits
Here was a huge sum of $15,820,640.78, which is even more than the sum they had collected last year. When the appeal was first made in the year 1931, the donations started to p0our in little by little and this is how pronounced they have become now. These donations are made for the purpose of helping the kids who are offering from diseases in the hospital.
"We are over the moon. This is an amazing amount of money for the kids. Victorians and Australians are rightly very proud of the Royal Children's Hospital and the amazing work it does and this is reflected in their generosity", said Retiring Executive Director Christine Unsworth.
There were efforts made by local people as well as television and sports stars. This was all done in the good spirit of Easter, and providing help to these children in need is definitely showing that people are still close to God and that humanity is still alive. These selfless donations reveal how much people still care for each other and that there is still hope for humanity and that it is not totally doomed.
The money collected shall be put forwards towards the research and development for cures to be found for these children. Also the hospital plans to buy a MRI/PET machine. It costs a fortune, but they should now be able to afford it. It was further revealed that the hospital would become the first in the world Children's hospital to posses this state of art machinery, which would be very helpful in analyzing the children well.
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