As a private not-for-profit hospital, The Wesley Hospital aims to work closely with the community in the planning, implementing and delivery of care. The hospital is a part of community life and values the tremendous support and involvement provided by the community.
The Wesley receives no government funding and relies on donations from the community to continue supplying vital community services including The Wesley Hospital Choices Cancer Support Centre, The Wesley Breast Clinic, the Palliative Care Unit, our cancer and coronary care programs and our art program.
Your donation will make a difference and can be made for general or specific purposes. All donated funds are directed to the area requested. The hospital accepts most modes of payment including: all major credit cards, cash, cheque, mail order and all donations to The Wesley Hospital of over $2 are tax deductible. You also have the option of making a regular monthly donation to The Wesley Hospital charged to your credit card.
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Get involved and hold your own fundraising event to help support The Wesley.
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You can also make a donation in memory of a close one you have lost.
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Wesley Fundraising Program
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For information on making a donation or for information on areas of current need in the hospital, please phone the Fundraising Office on 1800 961 331.
The Wesley Art Program
The Wesley Hospital boasts the second-largest private art collection in Queensland. The artworks are displayed throughout the corridors, wards and private rooms of the hospital for the benefit of patients, visitors and staff. The works making up the collection have been donated to the hospital by artists and hospital supporters. In addition other works are loaned by artists, private galleries, public institutions and schools.
The Wesley Hospital maintains an active Healing Arts program and firmly believes that art expresses the richness and diversity of human life and the joy of the creative spirit within each of us and, as such, is an important part of a balanced community and a healthy life.