Supporting Red Nose Day – Cure Kids
30 July 2021
Funding Child Health Research – Big Research For Little Lives
For more than 45 years, Cure Kids has been funding New Zealand researcher’s to find better treatments and cures for serious health conditions and illnesses that affect thousands of children. Our contribution to this amazing organisation helps make a difference to the lives of Kiwi kids, and ensure medical research can continue to improve health outcomes for children. Cure Kids have funded, or are currently funding, research to find better treatments and cures for inherited heart conditions, cystic fibrosis, childhood cancers, sudden unexpected death in infancy (SUDI), stillbirth, burns, epilepsy, and child/adolescent mental health, among many others. Since 1971, Cure Kids has invested more than $60 million in New Zealand research. They are the largest funder of child health research outside the government.
Meet one of Cure Kid’s ambassador’s:
Dallas Tautu chose Cure Kids as his charity of choice
Red Nose Day is Cure Kid’s biggest annual fundraising appeal. This year, it took place on Friday the 30th of July. We wanted to do our bit by getting our workplace involved in this awesome initiative.