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Put your hand to your heart. Feel it throb — thanklessly, diligently – for a whole minute. Imagine if every beat represented someone whose very life depended on a new heart? And just imagine if ... See more

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Congratulations to our SMHS Staff Lottery for Spinnaker bonus draw winner Sonya Dorizzi, who won herself $100 for signing up to our lottery last month.

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REMINDER: 2020 Spinnaker grant applications are NOW OPEN. Download the Expression of Interest forms by clicking the link below. Research grants are available in 2 categories: Early Career Research ... See more

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Spinnaker is pleased to announce that our 2020 Grant funding opened earlier this week! We took this opportunity to look back and see what a research grant meant to our 2019 recipients.

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On 29 May, Fremantle Rotary and Rotary Club of Attadale made an incredibly generous gift of $23,577 to Spinnaker following another successful corporate golf day event. Volunteers from both clubs ... See more

3 months ago

“They’ve just been so bloody good to me. There’s no other way you can say it.”
Read Peter's inspiring story by clicking below and learn how supporting research directly leads to better ... See more

4 months ago

Congratulations to Mr Robert Larbalestier, Head of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Fiona Stanley Hospital, who has been named as an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. ... See more

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