littleheroesblogDavroe is a great supporter of The Little Heroes Foundation.

All their events are aimed at raising much needed funds to help children and their families suffering from cancer and other serious illness.

On Tuesday 1st November 2016, The Little Heroes Foundation held its annual Cup Day Lunch at our beautiful Wine Centre (another supporter of the foundation) which raised over $81,000.

Little Heroes pride themselves on delivering new innovative machinery for our Children’s Hospital to help with rehabilitation. Much needed help to parents and families of sick children is also a part of what they do.

Recently, the Little Heroes Foundation officially opened their brand new Centre for Robotics and Innovation at the Adelaide’s Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

Their biggest project so far, this Centre features state-of-the-art robotic rehabilitation equipment. This facility is the first of its kind in Australia, and will help children living with serious illness get back on their feet.

Back to the day itself, it consisted of a fashion parade. Adelaide designer Jaimie Sortino, Twopairs and Jack London showed off their stunning clothes to the guests. Davroe’s creative team styled the hair for the parade, make-up on the day by Nutri-Metics and was styled by Markus Hammence.

We’ve included some photos from the day, courtesy of Adam Stanley Photos –





On November 6th, 2016 The LIttle Heroes Foundation is running the New York Marathon, a wonderful group of people including Chris McDermott and Rosanna Mangiarelli have travelled to New York  to compete in this annual event.

Their target for this event is $200,000, they are currently sitting at $175,963, almost there. If you can help the very wonderful Little Heroes Foundation please do.

We have taken the liberty of adding a link to this page so you can find out more about this great cause, we hope you don’t mind.



Little Heroes Foundation

Little Heroes Foundation raises funds towards essential equipment and services for seriously ill children and their families.

They have raised more than $13 million dollars for lifesaving facilities at Adelaide’s Women’s and Children’s Hospital, and to provide daily support to families through our Little Heroes Care program.