The White Knight Foundation has teamed up for a second year with telecommunications giant amaysim and financial institution Investec to provide vital support to victims of unprovoked violent acts.
In a great show of support for the White Knight Foundation, amaysim and Investec will once again be supporting partners for the Gala Dinner, which will host both celebrities and government representatives on Friday May 19, 2017. For the full story click here.
The recent Motomed Donation from The White Knight Foundation coming to good use for a patient, Anna, at The Royal North Shore Hospital.
The White Knight Foundation has teamed with telecommunications giant Amaysim and financial institution Investec to provide vital support to victims of unprovoked violent acts.
For the full story please click HERE
An utterly disgusting act by a young person, cowardly kicking a security guard in the head and running off. Let's hope he gets caught and receives the punishment he deserves.
Think before you act, this could have killed someone!
The White Knight Foundation Ambassador Liam Knight will today be inducted into the Royal Rehab wall of fame. Liam's story will be one of many that will inspire and encourage future patients. Well Done!
Liam Knight is a living miracle.
In January, he was at a friend's 18th birthday party, when a two and a half metre steel pole was speared straight through his skull.
Two teenagers have been charged in relation to the incident and the events of that night will soon be heard by a court.
On 60 Minutes, you'll see the story of Liam's amazing survival and recovery.
Paramedics, emergency services, trauma specialists and surgeons all worked together to stabilise Liam; cut the end of the pole off, so he could fit inside the ambulance; perform an emergency roadside procedure to put Liam into a coma; and then once in surgery, painstakingly and delicately pull the steel rod back out of his head.
Family and friends took up a bedside vigil as Liam lay in a coma for two weeks.
Then this cheeky young man would wake up, telling his mum "I need to pee".
His sense of humour was back, but six months on, Liam is still struggling to regain his life.