With your support, we can strengthen your local hospital.
When you support your local hospital, you are supporting and strengthening your local community.
The Common Good doesn’t just back life-saving medical research. We also back hospital innovation projects to advance patient care, comfort and recovery.
Whilst the hospitals that we support are public sites, there are many projects and services that don’t receive government funding. When you support The Common Good, you help fill those gaps – the gaps that fund innovative projects to provide an extra level of care, support and comfort for the local community who rely on these hospitals.
Every community is different and The Common Good aims to grow health services and support programs which respond to the needs of these specific communities.
The Prince Charles Hospital
The Common Good supports patient support programs, state of the art equipment and other key projects that will improve the quality of care and well-being of patients at the hospital.
In 2021, The Common Good raised over $266,000 to support a number of projects including therapy dogs, a dementia sensory garden, a rehabilitation pathway, ICU of the Future, a respite area for hip surgery patients and a space for families to say final goodbyes.
The Common Good supports hospital innovation initiatives aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of young families, the elderly, vulnerable members of the community and First Nations people.
By making a donation, you can help create a redeveloped entertainment space for the children’s ward, provide distraction therapy technology for kids, create art therapy programs for breast cancer patients, and enable more therapy dogs to provide support and comfort to patients.
Brighton Health Campus
At Brighton Health Campus, we aim to help our elderly and vulnerable community members live healthier, for longer.
The Common Good aims to advance community health, support acute care services and combat social isolation.
Some of the sickest patients in The Prince Charles Hospital’s thoracic ward can now look up and let their minds wander into nature, following the installation of Healing Ceilings.
Robotic Joint Replacement Surgery: The 1000th robotic-arm assisted surgery has been performed at The Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane.
There were many festivities on Giving Day in 2022, including the Charlies Fitness Challenge, where hospital teams and fitness fanatics showcased their athleticism.
Memory corridors, proposed for both The Prince Charles Hospital and Caboolture Hospital, would encourage mobility and connection for older patients.
A lifechanging ageless play program called Grandfriends is underway at The Prince Charles Hospital Early Education Centre in Brisbane.
Whip up a bowl of pasta using Mum’s Sause at Coles and make a difference for sick kids this World Pasta Day. Click here to learn how.