Epping Rotary and Allowah Children's Hospital
Trivia Quiz Night
Saturday 4th June 7.00 p.m. for 7.30 pm start; $25/head BYO drinks and nibbles
Edmond Barton Centre
Epping Boys High School
213 Vimiera Rd
Contact for bookings: Ian Bittner - 0407770559 ian.bittner@iinet.net.au 
Come and have a fun night and help children who deserve the best outcomes society can provide. Thanks to the generosity of Epping Boys High School, sponsors, and volunteers from Epping Rotary and Allowah Childrens Hospital 100% of funds will go towards helping these children.
Allowah is a hospital that provides quality medical and allied health care to children with complex disabilities and health needs. We provide children and their carers with respect, dignity, emotional and spiritual support within a Christian environment in a way that maximises their quality of life.
Our vision is to be a centre of excellence, providing quality child & family centred medical and allied health care, along with physical and spiritual support to children with complex disabilities and health needs. We will be a source of encouragement, education and resources for other providers, and a place that seeks justice and shows mercy in Jesus’ name for children and their families.
Allowah is a modern, bright and light hospital with forty four beds in Dundas Valley, NSW. We care for children and young people up to the age of eighteen who have physical and intellectual disabilities such as genetic or chromosomal disorders, birth trauma, cerebral palsy, head injuries, and conditions acquired after birth. We care for children with complex health care and rehabilitation needs. The multidisciplinary approach to care at Allowah is key to our model of care.We have an excellent education programme providing ongoing training for our staff, undergraduate student placements, disability sector placements as well as new graduate and post graduate internships for graduated Registered Nurses. This provides us, and others, with a workforce that is skilled and capable in the care of children with complex medical needs.
Currently Allowah is supporting around 80 families mainly from New South Wales. We work with parents and carers, ensuring they have access to information and choices which provide the very best outcomes for their children. We aim to share the load with families who work hard in often difficult circumstances to provide the care their child needs.