For generations of Queenslanders, The Wesley has provided care through life’s journey —from birth into childhood, to adulthood and to end of life. We are determined to help everyone in our community live their lives to the fullest.

Your generous support means we can keep pushing the boundaries of healthcare and saving and transforming the lives of people across our community. Thanks to caring people like you, we have been able to fund:

  • Education bursaries: Providing opportunities for clinical staff to undertake specialised education and training.
  • High Resolution Imaging technology: Providing innovation in imaging for prostate cancer patients.
  • Palliative care 'cuddle beds': Allowing family and friends to provide physical comfort to a loved one during end-of-life care.

Here are just some of the amazing stories from Wesley patients and their families of how your support makes a meaningful difference.


Claire’s story

When baby Shiloh was born eight weeks premature, Claire found herself being wheeled down the all-too-familiar corridor leading to the Special Care Nursery.

Read Claire’s story

Carly’s story

Carly was due to travel to Europe and start work over the busy summer tourist season. But cancer had other ideas … she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer.

Read Carly’s story

Alanna’s story

A young, healthy mum and fitness instructor, Alanna suddenly found herself preparing for major surgery to remove cancerous lesions from her mouth, tongue and neck.

Read Alanna’s story

Keely’s story

Although her teenage years have been filled with medical appointments and treatments, Keely is getting on with living her life, with the care and support of her Wesley team.

Read Keely’s story

Supporter newsletters

Read more stories of the impact you make when you donate to The Wesley Hospital.

  • Supporter newsletter - Summer 2024
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  • Supporter newsletter - Winter 2023
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Won’t you make a difference to the health and wellbeing of patients and their families today?

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