Juiced TV is an Australian first entertainment initiative that benefits the health and wellbeing of sick kids and their families in hospital, one episode at a time.
The program began in January 2015 at the Queensland Children’s Hospital. Since then it has directly touched the lives of more than 2700 patients and their families by improving the hospital journey, creating a unique way for them to engage and communicate with one another.
Each week we create a 25-minute high quality kids TV program, which gives patients and their siblings the chance to star in their own TV show, as they host their own segments or join the junior crew on location at the hospital.
The content of each episode ranges from animal encounters, hospital profiles and music workshops, to patients and siblings having the opportunity to meet their favourite idols. We also bring the outside world into the hospital by creating experiences outside the hospital walls which to date have included going on private behind-the-scenes tours at major concerts, stage shows and film sets, swimming with dolphins, and feeding rhinos!
Juiced TV's Paddle for Kids Festival and Dragon Boat Race Day is roaring back on Saturday 15 June at the Cultural Forecourt, South Bank Parklands.
Learn more about how you can support Juiced TV, register a team and enjoy a whole day of family fun by visiting www.paddleforkids.com.au.
Juiced TV is based at the Queensland Children's Hospital in Brisbane, and our regional service 'Juiced Box' is available to the children's wards at The Townsville Hospital, Mackay Base Hospital, and Bundaberg Base Hospital.
The third annual Paddle for Kids Festival and Dragon Boat Race Day was a huge success, raising more than $120,000 to support Juiced TV on their mission to connect sick kids across Australia.Latest News Article #1
Juiced TV's Paddle for Kids 2019 launched in style at the Queensland Children's Hospital with some very special friends!Latest News Article #2