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To date the Foundation has allocated
in excess of $21m to 253 projects.

The projects are focussed on promoting
the health and welfare of children in Australia.

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Year New grants for the year Total grants Amount granted Accumulated amount granted
Total 2019 7 260 $1,049,783 $22,533,985
Total 2018 9 253 $1,257,454 $21,484,202
Total 2017 8 244 $1,093,348 $20,226,748
Total 2016 8 236 $1,010,554 $19,133,400
Total 2015 7 228 $930,162 $18,122,846
Total 2014 8 221 $1,004,618 $17,192,684
Total 2013 8 213 $1,031,162 $16,188,066
Total 2012 8 205 $1,121,060 $15,156,904
Total 2011 7 197 $1,008,410 $14,035,844
Total 2010 9 190 $1,088,475 $13,027,434
Total 2009 15 181 $1,294,661 $11,938,959
Total 2008 10 166 $792,485 $10,644,298
Total 2007 8 156 $655,507 $9,851,813
Total 2006 9 148 $646,400 $9,196,306
Total 2005 8 139 $679,000 $8,549,906
Total 2004 11 131 $862,000 $7,870,906
Total 2003 7 120 $571,948 $7,008,906
Total 2002 9 113 $707,000 $6,436,958
Total 2001 8 104 $845,000 $5,729,958
Total 1990-2000 96 $4,884,958

Projects

2014

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Project name Grant recipient Grant amount Term
Can we predict health outcomes of extremely preterm birth? Royal Children's Hospital $147742 2 Years
Childhood exposure to environmental pollutants in Australia - an investigation of sources and effects for informing legislation Queensland University of Technology $59961 1 Year
Do lower airway biofilms and NETs contribute to development of chronic lung infection in children? Menzies School of Health Research $159949 2 Years
Growing Up in Australia‚ Family Health CheckPoint: Implementing an intergenerational health module for the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Murdoch Childrens Research Institute $80000 1 Year
Identifying underlying causes of craniofacial defects in newborns Deakin University, School of Medicine $118728 2 Years
Prediction of Preterm Early Motor and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes University of Queensland $151784 2 Years
Using a simple exercise intervention for reducing adverse reactions and boosting immune response to HPV vaccination The University of Sydney $150000 2 Years
Using polymer technology to deliver human nerve progenitors into the colon of new-born patients with a birth defect of colonic nerves Murdoch Childrens Research Institute $136454 2 Years
Total $1,004,618