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Clare Classic 2018

April 6th, 2018

Dr Lee cycles for health in wine valley ride

WSLHD’s former Director of Supportive and Palliative Medicine, Dr Phillip Lee will compete in the 2018 Clare Classic this weekend to fundraise for the Westmead Medical Research Foundation (WMRF).

Dr Lee will be heading south to take part in the event on Sunday 8 April and ride through the picturesque Clare Valley, near Adelaide.

Dr Lee has already raised his target of $700 but is hoping for more donations to go towards the work of WMRF.

As someone who has seen first-hand how generous donors make a difference through their fundraising efforts, Dr Lee knows that small things in hospital wards like a new couch, a new paint job or nice curtains can make patients feel more comfortable.

“They improve the environment for families experiencing difficult time,” Dr Lee said.


Dr Philip Lee

“It is not just about looking after the patients, it’s about caring for the families to help them through their not so easy journey.

“Donor generosity leads to better patient care because the staff are just overwhelmed by that support and it gives them really good feedback about the job they’re doing.

“In the long run patient care actually improves from the high levels that it’s at already.”

WMRF head of development Joe Conneely is grateful to have fundraisers committed to the Foundation’s mission of supporting the delivery of medical research and patient care.

“Without the incredible generosity of fundraisers like Dr Lee, we would be unable to achieve these extra support measures in our wards for the patients,” Mr Conneely said.

To support Dr Lee on his Clare Classic ride, go to https://clareclassic.gofundraise.com.au/page/PhilipLee1 or for more information about supporting WMRF via hosting a fundraising event or joining a challenge, please contact Marlene Nasr, Community Relations & Events Manager on 1800 639 037 or email.

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Related links:

WMRF Heart Support Dr Lee on his Clare Classic ride: Donation page 

The faces behind our incredibly generous fundraisers – The Doig Family

Fantastic Results From Our Bowral Classic Charity Heroes!

Dr Lee set to pump the pedals for My Westmead

 

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Parramatta Chamber After Five: Tue 3 April 2018

March 23rd, 2018

Westmead Medical Research Foundation will host the Parramatta Chamber Business After Five event on Tuesday, 3 April 2018. Please join us for this networking opportunity to learn more about what we do and how you can get involved.

Also, a big THANK YOU to our venue supporter, Bertonia LoungeWMRF Heart

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Wearing green for a worthy cause

March 23rd, 2018

Recently, nearly 200 participants of all ages joined the 6th ‘Run 4 Jess’ and raised more than $1,300 for Westmead Hospital’s oncology ward.


2018 Run 4 Jess participants

The event took place at the Gipps Road Sporting Complex, Greystanes and despite the temperature on the day reaching over 35 degrees, it was a fun event with plenty of participants wearing green as the event coincided with St Patrick’s day.

Steve Clark, who has been a supporter of Westmead Medical Research Foundation (WMRF) since 2013 after his wife Jess passed away, was pleased to see family, friends and other participants supporting a great cause.

“Not all of us have the skills, bravery and tenacity required to be doctors, nurses and scientists. Fundraising gives us all a chance to support these valuable members of our community by giving them the resources they need to better help others,” Steve said.

Steve’s mum Lynette, has played a crucial role helping with the planning of the ongoing event and this year she made two ‘in kind’ gifts for Westmead Hospital. Lynette crocheted 11 hats for the premature babies taken care of at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Westmead and she handed them to NICU’s nurse unit manager John Whittaker at the recent event. She also donated a handmade quilt to The Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre.



Lynette Clark – NICU’s NUM, John Whittaker


Pram runners

Crutches were not an obstacle for this participant!

Among the participants this year, there was a group of pram pushers running and a young lady who walked the 2km on crutches – a real effort.

If you would like to donate towards C5c Oncology ward at Westmead, please visit Run4Jess fundraising page or call us on our toll free number 1800 639 037.

For more information about supporting Westmead Medical Research Foundation via hosting a fundraising event, please contact Marlene Nasr, Community Relations & Events Manager on 1800 639 037 or email us.

       WMRF Heart

Related links:

 March Newsletter: Thank you fundraisers

This St Patrick’s Day, Run 4 Jess

WMRF says thank you to our fundraisers

Events 2018

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Welcome to our March 2018 edition Newsletter

March 14th, 2018

Click here to view our March 2018 Newsletter

For more information about supporting Westmead Medical Research Foundation via hosting a fundraising event, please contact Marlene Nasr, Community Relations & Events Manager

on 1800 639 037 or email us to find out how you can support WMRF Heart
   

Related links: 

Run 4 Jess and support our oncology ward

This St Patrick’s Day, Run 4 Jess

The faces behind our incredibly generous fundraisers – The Doig Family

WMRF says thank you to our fundraisers

Welcome to the March 2018 edition of our newsletter

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SMART EATING WEEK | 12-18 February 2018

February 12th, 2018

It is Australia’s first SMART EATING WEEK this week so how are you going to participate? As it is the start of the New Year, it is a great time to review what you are doing and set new plans. Diet and exercise are the keys to longevity.

 

So in celebration of SMART EATING week here are some suggestions:

  1. Review the food you eat.
    Please use one of these links to assess your diet – either the CSIRO diet score or the Healthy Nutrition Quiz from the University of Newcastle or do both!
  2. Compare your score and then the dietary advice that is sent to you via the websites in response to you submitting your answers to the questionnaires.
  3. Plan to do 1 change every two weeks.
  4. Worryingly, the Fruit, Vegetables and Diet Score Report released by the CSIRIO, found one in two (51 per cent) adults are not eating the recommended intake of fruit, while two out of three adults (66 per cent) are not eating enough vegetables. So I expect one of the changes you may need to make will be to increase your fruit and vegetable intake. In this exercise I suggest you eat a rainbow- i.e. every day eat all the colours of the rainbow in fruit and vegetables(- see links and attachments) remember to eat at least 2 fruit and 5 vegetables a day!Eat-a-rainbow-fact-sheet

    Rainbow Colours of Fruit & Vegetables and their health benefits
     

    Go-for-2-fruit-and-5-veg

  5. Finally review some good cookbooks or links to websites to get some healthy delicious recipes, for example:Some of our Favourites (pdf)
    Livelighter Salad Builder (pdf)
    Recipes | The Heart Foundation
    Diabetes Australia
    CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet
    Food As Medicine | Cooking for your best health
    More on Smart Eating Week at: Dietitians Association of Australia
  6. Finally – MOVE!
    Are you doing 30 minutes per day of activity?
    If not, find the time to do something – walk, swim, ride a bike , gym, tennis, yoga, pilates, tai chi, therabands, aqua-aerobics, etc.
    Enjoy the daylight savings’ afternoon sun!
  7. If you would like more advice on your particular food intake and how to improve your diet, make an appointment with your local Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD) – look up the Dietitians Association of Australia Website and find your local APD.

 

“I hope this gives you some ideas to enjoy SMART EATING WEEK!”
Cheers,
Peter Talbot, APD, Dept Head, Dietetics and Nutrition, Westmead Hospital

 

For more information about supporting WMRF and hosting a fundraising event, please contact us on 1800 639 037 or via email

     WMRF Heart

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WMRF says thank you to our fundraisers

December 12th, 2017

n Wednesday 6 December 2017, a group of enthusiastic and generous fundraisers who have been supporting the work of Westmead Medical Research Foundation (WMRF) over the years, got together at Acacia House for a recognition event. They were welcomed by the Foundation’s staff to enjoy a special occasion that was about thanking them and giving them the opportunity to meet fellow fundraisers and donors.

Stories and videos about the impact of donors’ generosity were shared during an evening that was filled with emotive memories of those different fundraising initiatives and donations that have made a big difference to the lives of patients, medical staff and researchers.

Attendees of the event also included Dr Philip Lee, former Director of Supportive and Palliative Care Medicine at Westmead & 2017 Parramatta Citizen of the Year; Dr Sally Greenaway, Director of Supportive and Palliative Care Medicine at Westmead; Donna Garland, Operations Director of Women’s & Newborn Health at Westmead; John Whittaker, Nurse Manager of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Westmead and Noeline Rozanc, Nurse Unit Manager at the Radiation Oncology at The Crown Princess Mary Cancer Centre (CPMCC).

 
From left to right:
John Whittaker (Nurse Manager of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Westmead); Dr Philip Lee, Noeline Rozanc (Nurse Unit Manager at the Radiation Oncology at CPMCC)

From left to right:
Lynette & Amelia for Run 4 Jess, Dr Sally Greenaway, Director of Supportive and Palliative Care Medicine at Westmead

From left to right:
WMRF Ambassador, Darren Kong; from the Lions Club of Holroyd, Peter & Bob; from the Merrylands Rugby Union Club Luke, (Noeline, CMPCC) & Laura


From left to right:
Shave For Silas, Kyrra & Larran; Haematology donation, Chris & Bella


Left to right: Annual Margi Doig Golf Day, Ben, Belinda (Ben’s wife) and Matt Doig


Ben & Matt Doig lost their mother Margie Doig who passed away at Westmead Hospital in Palliative Care & was cared for by Dr Lee, read more about Doig Family Annual Margi Golf Day

 

Joe Conneely, Head of Development at WMRF, said that the fundraisers who attended the event are truly committed to the Foundation’s mission of supporting the delivery of medical research & patient care.

“Without their incredible generosity, we would be unable to achieve our results translated into support for a diverse range of Westmead Hospital areas and wards such as NICU, Palliative Care, Women’s & Newborn Health, Neurosurgery, Haematology; along with funds for heart disease research carried on at The Westmead Institute,” he said.

WMRF The Dogao Family

On May 6, 2016, Noah was born at Norwest Private Hospital. Unfortunately he was not breathing when he came into the world and doctors worked for 3 hours to stabilise him.Noah was rushed to the Westmead Women's & Newborn Health Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Ward (NICU) at Westmead Hospital, where he spent the first 10 weeks his life before moving across to The Children's Hospital at Westmead.Noah was ultimately diagnosed with Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy. The Dogao Family took the opportunity following Noah's recovery and being home, to raise $13,666 to help refurbish the NICU Parents Room! The wonderful support allowed the room to be renovated. The clip shows Noah and his parents during the grand opening!Westmead Medical Research Foundation with Know My Health as Media Support Partners produced this short clip recently shown at a thank you event held by the Foundation.#CaptureEveryStory

Posted by Know My Health on Thursday, 7 December 2017

For more information about supporting Westmead Medical Research Foundation via hosting a fundraising event, please contact Marlene Nasr, Community Relations & Events Manager on 1800 639 037 or to find out how you can support, please go through our website.

    WMRF Heart


Related:

Dogao Family Video – Baby Noah

WMRF The Dogao Family

On May 6, 2016, Noah was born at Norwest Private Hospital. Unfortunately he was not breathing when he came into the world and doctors worked for 3 hours to stabilise him.Noah was rushed to the Westmead Women's & Newborn Health Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Ward (NICU) at Westmead Hospital, where he spent the first 10 weeks his life before moving across to The Children's Hospital at Westmead.Noah was ultimately diagnosed with Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy. The Dogao Family took the opportunity following Noah's recovery and being home, to raise $13,666 to help refurbish the NICU Parents Room! The wonderful support allowed the room to be renovated. The clip shows Noah and his parents during the grand opening!Westmead Medical Research Foundation with Know My Health as Media Support Partners produced this short clip recently shown at a thank you event held by the Foundation.#CaptureEveryStory

Posted by Know My Health on Thursday, 7 December 2017


DOIG FAMILY – Annual Margi Doig Golf Day

 

Ben and Matt lost their mother Margie Doig who passed away at Westmead Hospital in Palliative Care under the care of Dr Philip Lee. Watch their video below!

From 2007 – 2015 the family hosted a Golf Day fundraiser in memory of their mother on her birthday, June 10. They had a fantastic network of family and friends that supported their fundraising initiative and raised approximately $120,000 over the years which was directed to Palliative Care.


Run 4 Jess 
 


Steve Clark was married to Jess Clark who passed away in 2013 in C5C Oncology ward. Steve and his family wanted to honour Jess’ memory by creating an event that showcased what Jess loved doing – sports and exercise. They have held five consecutive ‘Run 4 Jess’ fundraisers and raised over $20,000 to go towards C5C Oncology.

Dr Lee attended the fundraiser in March 2017 and they have already booked their date for 2018.

Lynette Clark is Steve’s mother and is the one who organises the fundraiser and helps him. Lynette is a member of the running club and has links to the Girraween Athletics Club.


Shave for Silas – Kyrra Cross

 

Earlier this year, Kyrra and her family generously organised an online fundraiser “Shave 4 Silas.” Thorugh this initiative, and with the amazing support of Kyrra’s sister – Larran and Silas’ godfather, Mani, they raised over $11,000 and donated to WMRF to support the work of Dr Dexter and his Neurosurgery team at Westmead Hospital.

Shave For Silas


Merrylands Rugby Union Club

Wolves Win Game for Westmead’s Cancer Centre


Lions Club of Holroyd

How many sausages does it take to make a wheelchair? The answer is – a heck of a lot!


Chris & Bella Sarne

Remembering a lovely wife & mum through a generous gesture


Darren Kong

Darren fundraised through the Miss Australia Chinese Pageant with funds raised going to Westmead Institute for Medical Research (WIMR) towards Dr Chong’s work. Darren is now one of our WMRF Ambassadors.

Thank you Miss Australia Chinese Pageant 2017

    WMRF Heart

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Fantastic Results From Our Bowral Classic Charity Heroes!

October 30th, 2017

CONGRATULATIONS to our Charity Heroes!

This year’s Bowral Classic was held over the weekend, Sunday 22, October 2017 in the beautiful Southern Highlands, NSW.

Our inspirational charity heroes that participated this year and fund-raised are, Dr Philip Lee, Michael Fawke and David O’Connell. Thank you for your extraordinary achievement and for helping us support the delivery of medical research & patient care for Western Sydney and beyond!

Dr Philip Lee (retired)

Dr Philip Lee before starting his 160km ride

“Successfully completed the 160 Kms just under 6 hours. Exhausted but very satisfied” – Dr Philip Lee

Michael Fawke

Why did you join the Bowral Classic?

“I joined the Bowral Classic because it’s the one event where I’m just competing against myself.  I enter occasional competitive events, and I do two “away” events a year with friends – but this event is my personal challenge. “

“This is Harry, he’s an identical twin, he and his brother (Ryan) were born at Canberra Hospital at 28w/3d.  Ryan, the lucky bugger, was born frank breach and came out completely unscathed – but Harry had a Grade 4 brain hemorrhage.  He has slight cerebral palsy, a very dodgy eye, and two years ago he spent four days in Westmead Children’s hospital having his hydrocephalus investigated.  He and his twin have been involved in every research study they were eligible for, as we understand the value of scientific research and the debt we owe (as a family) to medical research.  So when I looked through the list of charities we could select from – the choice was obvious.” – Michael stated.

 

WMRF Heart UPDATE WMRF Heart

Michael shared his Bowral experience:

I went “OK”, the plan was to ride conservatively, as I have an injured hamstring and couldn’t afford to make a real effort.  Surprisingly, I was seven minutes quicker that last year… And there’s always next year.   A good 10.5 hours of sleep at the end of the day before the obligatory “recovery ride” to get some coffee, then drove back to Canberra […]

Michael also provided some awesome photos from the day before and after the event, visit our  Instagram account!

THANK YOU Michael and WELL DONE! WMRF Heart

For more information about supporting Westmead Medical Research Foundation please contact Marlene Nasr, Community Relations & Events Manager on 1800 639 037 or via email.

    WMRF Heart

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Events 2017

Run or Ride for Medical Research – June 28th, 2017

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Rain, hail or shine, the Coleman Greig Challenge is a must go event!

October 24th, 2017

For the second consecutive year, Westmead Medical Research Foundation has been one of the beneficiaries of the Coleman Greig Challenge.

Despite the wet weather this year, once again the event was exceptionally organised and all the attendees (over 400) really had a great time.

Thank you to the entire team at Coleman Greig Lawyers for their hard work and dedication preparing such a successful event that raised over $170,000 for St Gabriel’s School, the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) and My Westmead.

Our appreciation is extended to all the sponsors, the organising committee, participants – individuals & teams – donors, ambassadors, volunteers and to anyone who in one way or another supported the Challenge!

Pictured: Finish line, our very own Jo Sabbouh (WMRF Senior Trust Fund Administrator) receiving her 2nd place medal in her 10km female run and of course the Ambassadors for this year’s Coleman Greig Challenge.

Funds raised this year for My Westmead will be allocated towards the purchase of much needed equipment for Westmead Hospital’s Women’s & Newborn Health unit.

Even the little ones care about the little ones! Little Chloe visited My Westmead’s ‘Living Library’, and asked our staff many questions and learnt how every year, Westmead’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) assists more than 1500 newborn babies requiring special care.

Once again, thank you for giving back to the community and supporting children with special needs and newborn care.

We hope you enjoyed your involvement with such a great event! WMRF Heart

   

Related links:

Photos by Estate of the Art – Coleman Greig Challenge

Generous donors visit NICU

CG Challenge, Corporate for Community 2017

It’s EOFY! Join CG Challenge 2017

Coleman Greig Challenge: Your training starts … NOW!

Generous donors visit NICU

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Generous donors visit NICU

October 11th, 2017

Ask any expectant parent to name their worst nightmare and they’ll tell you of their fear that the birth won’t go according to plan. For the parents of 1600 babies that wind up in Westmead Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) every year, that nightmare is reality.

Platinum sponsors of the Coleman Greig Challenge, an annual fundraising event that supports children with special needs and newborn care, recently visited NICU to see firsthand the impact that their sponsorship money and fundraising efforts have on the babies in the ward.

Tour of NICU with Coleman Greig Lawyers, AIIB, Australian Racing Drivers’ Club, Zest Care Australia & St. George Bank

For Bradley Lofts, Director, AIIB Insurance Brokers, the experience hit close to home. As a father of three healthy children, Bradley is no stranger to the joys of parenting and the importance of the equipment Challenge funds enable NICU to purchase.

Having lost 20kg training for last year’s Challenge, Bradley was determined this year to commit wholeheartedly to the Challenge’s ethos of ‘corporate for community’.

Upgrading AIIB’s sponsorship from Gold to Platinum was only the beginning and visiting NICU has spurred the business to fundraise as much as they can to support NICU team in their work.

Funds from the Challenge are used to support three charities: Westmead Medical Research Foundation (WMRF), Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children, and St Gabriel’s School.

In 2016, WMRF used its funds to purchase two Panda Resuscitaires, the same equipment that the Foundation plans to purchase again this year.

Panda Warmer Equipment that Coleman Greig Challenge provided with funds raised in 2016

These lifesaving machines assist with everything from breathing and maintaining body temperature through to keeping blood sugar levels in the normal range. In a nutshell, they provide all-in-one support for critically ill newborns.

Following the visit, Bradley said that the experience made him appreciate what some families go through before they can take their newborns home.

It’s staggering seeing how tiny and vulnerable the babies are. We actually met a mum that was taking her daughter home for the first time that day and it’s fantastic to think that we’re part of helping make that happen. Being involved in the Challenge is giving us a chance to get involved in the community and literally save lives – at the end of the day, there is nothing more important than that!

“Andrew from Coleman Greig demonstrating the difference in sizes between blood pressure bandages for babies in the ward. The one on Adrew’s finger is too big for some” – from Coleman Greig Challenge Instagram account

“Just finished a tour of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit – the first pic shows the older style Panda Resuscitaires. The second shows the newer “Rolls Royce” style that will be purchased by @westmeadfdn with Challenge funds” – from Coleman Greig Challenge Instagram post

 


For Joe Conneely, Head of Development at WMRF, having the support of generous sponsors and donors of the Coleman Greig Challenge means the possibility of creating lasting impact for future generations.

Funds will be used to purchase advanced medical equipment that will enhance the treatment and care of newborn babies. Along with the dedicated staff here at Westmead and thanks to generous businesses and individuals, Westmead Medical Research Foundation is able to support the delivery of medical research and patient care, giving our newest members of the community the best possible start to life,’ Joe said.

To find out more or to register for the walk, run or cycle on Friday, 20 October 2017 go to Coleman Greig Challenge Fundraising page

For more information on how your business can support the work of Westmead Medical Research Foundation, please contact Susie Saba – Partnerships Manager on 1800 639 037 or email  WMRF Heart

   

Related links

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It’s EOFY! Join CG Challenge 2017

Coleman Greig Challenge: Your training starts … NOW!

Coleman Greig Challenge: Your training starts … NOW!

Coleman Greig Challenge: Your training starts … NOW!

Generous donors visit NICU

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Thank you to our everyday-heroes: Madison Marcus

August 17th, 2017

Thank you to Madison Marcus Law Firm for joining the 2017 City2Surf and once again selecting Westmead Medical Research Foundation as their charity of choice.

Thank you to the all the individuals who joined the Madison Marcus team and raised funds for health care and research at Westmead.

If you missed participating this year at City2Surf, there is always 2018! WMRF Heart

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