CoRDS Registry

Kawasaki Disease Foundation Australia has partnered with Sanford Coordination of Rare Diseases (CoRDS) Registry.

This is an international and Central registry of individuals of any age who have been diagnosed with a rare disease. It was primarily developed to meet an unmet need for patient registries worldwide.

If you or a family member has been diagnosed with KD, you can help researchers see the whole picture.

To enrol in the CoRDS registry, or for more information, visit www.sanfordresearch.org/cords

Our Sponsors

Our Sponsors

This Kiwanis Club of Doncaster - Templestowe has provided the funds for hosting this site.

Kiwanis is a global organisation of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.

We are very fortunate that the Kiwanis Club of Doncaster - Templestowe has chosen to assist our vital support work by funding this site. Through it they are changing for the better the lives of many children and families affected by Kawasaki Disease.

Kiwanis International is now the second oldest and third largest service organisation in the world with members of both men and women. It has more than 15, 000 clubs of adult and youth members in more than 90 countries and geographical areas.

Fore more details of the Doncaster - Templestowe Club and it's Community Service activities check out their website at - www.kcdt.harrypotterhaven.net

2 members helping at the recent camp provided for Heartkid families at Healesville.


Belgrave Rotary Club

Aylee presented an "Awareness" talk to over 100 people at the Belgrave Rotary Club fundraising trivia night. Following this the club made a very generous donation to support our work.


Aylee accepting cheque on behalf of the Foundation

Aylee accepting cheque on behalf of the Foundation


Major Fundraiser for Research

We were delighted to be selected by the Victorian Matilda Fundraising/Social Group to be the recipients of the proceeds from their Annual Line Dance Marathon.

This was a very special occasion for all concerned as not only was it their big 10th year , but unfortunately, it turned out to be the last time this fun event will be held. To quote the organisers "the 2009 Marathon was our best ever".

After the event we were presented with a large cheque, which included a donation from the committee, to go towards Kawasaki Disease Research.

Click here to see a gallery of photos taken on the day.