Life Support was formed in 2003 to help The Alfred minimise the devastating impact of trauma. Born from the tragedy of the 2002 Bali Bombings, since its inception, Life Support has generated over $1 million for the purchase of life saving equipment. Their fundraising has helped to treat countless emergency and trauma patients who find themselves requiring the expert care available at The Alfred.
Working together, the committee host a number of events throughout the year and specifically fundraise for the purchase of vital medical equipment to assist in the critical care patients at The Alfred. They work tirelessly as advocates for the hospital throughout the community by helping to raise awareness of the need to provide state of the art equipment to improve the outcomes for patients.
To find out more about Life Support or to find out how you may become involved please contact Carolyn Williams firstname.lastname@example.org or call The Alfred Foundation 03 9076 3222.
THE LIFE SUPPORT COMMITTEE
NICK O'DONOHUE - CHAIRMAN
DR KATE MARTIN