Named after our beautiful boy Hunter Alfred Stratton, we provide financial and emotional support to children with life-limiting illnesses and their families. We help them create moments of fun and laughter—moments that turn into beautiful, lifelong memories of a love that will never fade.
What a HAS-tastic month September 2022 was… it was full of events but boy, did we LOVE every minute.
It certainly was a busy second part of the year for HAS Foundation.
We are proud to present you with our latest Impact Report from the HAS Foundation.
Wow! Words cannot describe the magic we felt in the room at our HAS Foundation Mother’s Day Luncheon last week.
In December, the focus was all about Christmas and we had 20 kids bake Christmas treats that were packed into surprise Christmas hampers and delivered to our families.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for supporting our ‘18 for 18’ campaign in December last year.
2019 started with a goal. We set ourselves a New Years resolution in the way of a word. ACTION – Our first year has had plenty of action. Thanks to you.
Sometimes life takes you down a path where you meet the most beautiful and kind people. This happened to me recently at an event held by the Women’s and Children’s’ Hospital Foundation where Lauren was the MC.
Recently, Palliative Care SA kindly asked us to share our story in their latest newsletter. Here is the piece I shared with them.
at our Mother’s Day Luncheons, helping families access support and experiences.
each year for Paediatric
Palliative care families
when first referred,
plus courier to regional families.
to help the Woman’s and Children’s Hospital Foundation create bespoke memory making moments for palliative care families staying at the Laklinyeri beach house.
Helped the paediatric palliative care nurses buy the little things that make a family’s time in care more comfortable like quality linen and calming aromatherapy diffusers.
to families to create positive lifelong memories for those families.
accessible community walk giving people an opportunity to reflect while raising awareness and funds for paediatric palliative care.
in the Women’s and Children’s Hospital
We launched HAS as a way to honour Hunter, keep his memory alive for generations and to spread his energy of love and kindness.