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Help Kids Like Nick

 Help Kids like Nick’s mission is to work to provide an enhanced quality of life for those diagnosed with Wolf Hirschhorn Syndrome and their immediate family. We also want to raise awareness and educate people about this disability.

You’ve discovered a charity group that’s focused on delivering access to special experiences and support to kids like Nick who were born with Wolf Hirschhorn Syndrome (WHS).We’re not trying to change the world, but we do want to help change the world of kids like Nick.There are only 40 kids that we know of like Nick in Australia. There’s Caitlin in Darwin and Elliott in Melbourne. WHS means that these kids face innumerable challenges in life.

These are much-loved, special kids who bring many gifts to the people that surround them, and we’d love this charity to resonate with you because they really need your support.

It’s hard to imagine for most parents to watch your child struggle through life with a debilitating condition like WHS. But the parents of these amazing children somehow manage to find that inner strength. Especially when their children get to participate in special activities like wheelchair dancing. You’ve never seen anyone happier than Nick when he hits that dance floor!

If you’d love to be a part of Help Kids Like Nick and give these children greater capacity and choice in living the joy of life, we’d love you to join us.  We’re a small group, which means that your kind contribution will make an enormous difference to these children and their families.


Upcoming event:


Saturday 8th April 2017



My Name is Nicholas Blacket & this is my story…

An insightful and touching video presentation was prepared especially for the Seven Senses Dinner by emerging film-maker Dan Bentley.

Dan has generously donated his time and expertise to film and capture Nick’s story.   Please click on the link below to view this very special story.