Save the date: Give Joy on July 30
How your donation will help
With the help of very generous supporters – people just like you! - the Juiced TV program is delivered in following ways:
'Hands on Happiness' Filming Days
Running Special Events
Experiences Outside Hospital
The 'Juiced Box' App
Content For Kids
Meet some of our Juiced TV Superstars
Sixteen year old Abbey is our resident celebrity a beaming ray of sunshine. Abbey has Williams Syndrome and visits the Queensland Children’s hospital regularly for ongoing treatment.Abbey has stared in a number of Juiced TV episodes which has given her the confidence to come out of her shell - she really knows how to own that camera! She is now interested in pursuing a career in the media industry.
Angus met the Juiced TV team while in hospital being treated for a rare condition called Autoimmune Polyglandular Syndrome Type 1. He first encountered Juiced TV through a Virtual Visit and since then, he has grown in his confidence in front of the camera and in his life outside of the hospital.
When he interviewed his all-time footy idol Lachie Neale, he claimed it was one of the best days of his life. Angus is one of our hospital heroes who inspires other kids just like him to be brave.
We create happy memories, and make dreams come true.
If you believe in the positive and valuable work of Juiced TV, please show your support by donating. Your donation makes a BIG difference.
Spread the word
Every little action makes an impact and - whether or not you can donate today - we'd love it if you could share our cause with your friends, family and colleagues. And we'd love it if they could also do the same!
A special thanks to our generous
Giving Day partners
Juiced TV has a huge impact on the kids and hospital community, and we know that meaningful partnerships make all the difference. If your business would like to get involved, please contact email@example.com
A big thank you to our Supporters
The real heroes who are kindly helping us achieve our goal
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