Welcome to NORTH Foundation

The NORTH Foundation works in partnership with our hospitals and research units to raise much needed funds so they can continue to provide the best in patient care and drive research to find solutions to real-world health problems impacting our community.

What we do

The NORTH Foundation, through the power of collective giving, strives to connect patient care and community wellbeing with world-class medical research and excellence in education, infrastructure and equipment.

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How you can help the NORTH Foundation

How you can help

There are so many ways you can help the NORTH Foundation. You can get involved with one of our fundraising activities, start your own fundraising event, talk to us about leaving a gift in your Will or become a regular donor.

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Donations make such a difference to patient care, staff, the facilities and research undertaken in the Northern Sydney Local Health District.

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News from NORTH

7 July 2021

A tribute to Annie Blunt

It has been a year since Annie Blunt passed away in the early hours of the 1st of July 2020 at Royal North Shore Hospital. Those who knew Annie described…
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1 June 2021

How one woman’s legacy led to the creation of an Emmy Award winning show and impact for generations to come

In 2019 the heart-warming documentary series ‘Old People's Home for 4-Year-Olds' took the nation by storm. Through this unique social experiment, the show highlighted the benefits of implementing an inter-generational…
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26 May 2021

The NSLHD has ‘Conquered Kokoda From Home’!

They’re known for crunching numbers, but the Northern Sydney Local Health District (NSLHD) Finance & Corporate Services teams have proven they can count their steps as well – all for…

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