New all-terrain wheelchair enables more people to enjoy Mornington Peninsula parks and beaches


A new all-terrain wheelchair on the Mornington Peninsula was given to OzChild to help people with a disability enjoy many trails and beaches in the region.

Hickory Group's very charitable gesture


OzChild's Senior Business Development Manager, Mark Powell had the pleasure of meeting the Hickory Group's Istana Project Team to collect a kind donation for $4,160.

OzChild welcomes new CEO


New OzChild CEO Lisa Sturzenegger started on Monday 10th February. Lisa has taken the reigns from Tony Pitman, who is retiring after almost two decades of service.

Having had an extensive career in not-for-profits, including being a CEO/Director of two child and family charities, Lisa was excited about starting her new role; "this week couldn't have come quickly enough as ever since I began the journey to join OzChild I felt an incredible connection to the organisation".

The 59 Club Raises $10,000 for OzChild


OzChild Senior Business Development Manager, Mark Powell was the proud recipient of a $10,000 cheque on behalf of OzChild from the 59Club of Australia. The $10,000 was raised at the recent Mods Vs Rockers bike ride and BBQ fundraiser which was a great success and lots of fun for everyone who attended.

Our sincere thanks to The 59 Club of Australia for their ongoing support and fundraising efforts to help the vulnerable and at-risk children and families that we work with at OzChild.

Interested in holding a fundraising event for OzChild? Find out how you can help and download our fundraising guide here >




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