Annual Information Statement 2016
Womens & Childrens Hospital Foundation Inc
Section A: Charity Information
Other names charity is known by (such as trading name):
Women's & Children's Hospital Foundation
Basic Religious Charity:
Section B: Activities
Did the charity operate in the 2016 reporting period?
- Emergency and relief
- Hospital services and rehabilitation activities
- Mental health and crisis intervention
Description of charity's activities and outcomes:
Since 1989, the Women's and Children's Hospital Foundation has worked to ensure that South Australian women, babies and children receive the best possible health care.The official charity for the Women's and Children's Hospital (WCH) we focus on helping the hospital to provide world class care, facilities and services for the 250,000 patients treated there each year.As the states only dedicated hospital for children, there are few families in SA whose lives have not been touched by the WCH. Around 50 children are admitted every day and almost 5,000 babies are born there annually.Working closely with the hospital, the Foundation identifies priority areas of need. We fund the latest medical equipment, projects to create a positive, more home like environment and breakthrough research to find better treatments and cures. The Foundation also supports the WCH Home Equipment Centre which provides loan equipment to help families care for their seriously ill children at home.Through the generosity of donors, corporate partners and the community, we have granted more than $30 million to the hospital over the past 10 years.With the support of the community, the WCH Foundation aims to transform competent care into extraordinary care for South Australian women, babies and children when they need it most.
Will the charity change or introduce any activities in the 2017 period?
Where the charity conducted activities during the 2016 reporting period:
Who was helped most by the charity's activities in the reporting period:
- Early childhood - aged under 6
- Children - aged 6 to under 15
- Youth - aged 15 to under 25
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- Financially disadvantaged people
- People with chronic illness (including terminal illness)
- People with disabilities
Did the charity provide funded support and/or services to participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the 2016 reporting period?
Does the charity intend to provide funded support and/or services to participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the next reporting period?
Section C: Human Resources
- Full time employees: 10
- Part time employees: 6
- Casual employees: 1
- Estimated number of volunteers: 120
Section D: Finance
Type of financial statement:
Special purpose financial statements
Financial report consolidated with more than one entity?
Charity's 2016 reporting period:
1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016
Financial report submitted to a state/territory regulator?
2016 Financial report:
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Income and Expenses
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