Radio Lollipop believes in the healing power of play and provides smiles and laughter to children in hospital, a time when they need it most.
Transperth has been supporting Radio Lollipop and Uniform Free Day for over 25 years, since 1995, with all funds collected from the annual Uniform Free Day going directly to Radio Lollipop.
Uniform Free Day is the primary way that Radio Lollipop is funded and this enables volunteers to provide care, comfort, play and entertainment to children in hospital.
The radio broadcasting service operates live each night from the Perth Childrens Hospital studio and is streamed to the satellite hospitals throughout the state. The radio is programmed around the requests of the children, who are encouraged to participate in activities, competitions and lots of games.
Lollipop stands for “Lots of Love and Laughter in Place of Pain"