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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



We have the following merchandise available.

Wristbands and Car sticker for $2 each plus postage.

Pens for $3 each plus postage.


Silicon wristbands - red with white writing


KD Pens - silver and red - writing on one side 'Kawasaki Disease Foundation' other side our website


Kawasaki Disease Car sticker - measures 27cmx8.5cm


If you are interested in purchasing any of these items please email us at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it under the subject heading merchandise.


Other ways you can help!

KD Foundation (Aust.) is run entirely by volunteers and supported with donations. We have no paid staff and our operating costs are kept to a minimum. Your generous contributions will go directly to support our awareness campaign as well as as supporting families affected by Kawasaki Disease. If you would like to assist with covering expenses incurred e.g. printing, postage, phone calls etc, donations can be made via cheque/money order to the following address -

Kawasaki Disease Foundation Australia
P.O Box 585
Brentford Square, 3131

Alternatively you may wish to make a donation towards our awareness campaign or research (please specify your request to go towards this area).


An easy way some parents have raised money for us has been to ask for donations instead of presents at special events.
Kate and Gavyn Locock and Faye Triantafillopoulous have asked for donations in lieu of presents at their children's birthdays while Melissa and Keenan Kleynhans requested donations at their children's christening.


How you can help with awareness about Kawasaki Disease.


We have put together the following awareness pieces which are suitable for printing off for your own use or for educating others.

The first one put together by the Foundation can be double sided for ease of distribution.

Australian KD Foundation Brochure

If you would like some printed copies to use for awareness please contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and use the subject - Awareness Brochures


Stacey Kinsmore whose son Jack had KD in 2012 wrote the following personal story to hand out with our brochure to interested parents at her son's kinder. You may like to do something similar. Click here to download a copy


The second one written by Associate Professor David Burgner is written in an easy to understand format.

Raising Awareness about Kawasaki Disease

We are planning in the future to collate a brochure that can be used for teachers and carers.