Helping kids reach

for the stars!

Helping kids reach

for the stars

Our goal is to gift a Supertee medical garment to every child facing long-term illness in hospital.

How You Can Help

Thanks to the generosity of everyday Australians, community groups, corporate partners, and trusts and foundations, this award-winning product is distributed to children’s hospitals, respite centres and paediatric wards nationwide free of charge.


Become a regular giver

When you commit to donating monthly, you are helping to lift the spirits of the bravest children each month


When you fundraise for Supertee, you are helping to bring strength through imagination to sick kids.


Donate to Gift a Supertee

Donate now to help some of our sickest kids

Partner with us

Make it your business to help gift a medical garment to children facing serious or long-term illness

Team Building Events

Work together as a team and inspire growth from the inside out

Volunteer with Us

Become part of an inspirational story and help us in our mission

stories from our families

Supertee wants kids to be recognised as the true heroes they are

Gwendolyn and Rebecca

Gwendolyn and Rebecca

Gwendolyn's condition was discovered after birth, with early symptoms progressing despite the lack of a formal diagnosis. She did not feed the same as Rebecca's other two children, which rang alarm bells from day one. The situation progressed from there, with Gwendolyn lacking muscle...

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Fatima and Reema

Fatima and Reema

Fatima is an energetic five-year-old girl with Prader-Willi syndrome, which involves the deletion of chromosome 15. Reema was incredibly numb when she received the diagnosis, which was discovered before birth. Her other children were just 18 months and three years old at the time, and...

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Austin and Katelyn

Austin and Katelyn

Austin was born with lack of oxygen, which turned into severe brain damage, cerebral palsy, and epilepsy. Katelyn's placenta erupted during birth, with caused a lack of oxygen to Austin's brain during the delivery process. This condition is known as hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE),...

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