As a not-for-profit organisation, everything we do is made possible by the generosity of our partners and sponsors.
Juiced TV is made possible at the Queensland Children’s Hospital with the support of the Children’s Hospital Foundation, and generous donations of the public.
We would like to thank the Children’s Hospital Foundation staff, volunteers and supporters for helping us bring Juiced TV to Queensland’s sick kids.
QSuper is part of Australian Retirement Trust, one of the largest superannuation funds in the country with over two million members and $200 billion in Funds Under Administration. We have been looking after members’ retirement savings for 100 years.
Our partnership with Juiced TV gives children and their families within Queensland hospitals the opportunity to both acknowledge and thank their dedicated hospital ‘Superheroes’.
The Shine On Foundation have been supporting Juiced TV to increase the positive impact of the program throughout Queensland since 2015.
Clayton Utz is a proud supporter of Juiced TV through their leading pro bono practice.
Sci-Fleet Toyota are inspired by Juiced TV’s commitment to bring happiness to kids going through a rough period, and they’re happy to play a part by supporting the crew with transport.
Sparking happiness and confidence in kids is the #1 goal at Spencil. Every month they choose one day to ‘Make Their Day’, donating 20% of all profits to Juiced TV program supporting kids in hospital. Every day, 100% of profits from their ‘A Better Kinder Awesome’ Cotton Tote Bags will be donated to Juiced TV. Visit the website now.
Aussie Broadband believe in the power of connection. They support Juiced TV HQ with super fast NBN services.
The Australian Medical Association Queensland Foundation understands that kids need to feel empowered and supported to in their health journey. With their support, Juiced TV will continue to bring smiles to the faces of children in hospital and their families. We made a video with them, you can watch it here.