Charity

We are proud to support the following local charities:
           
 

Baby Give Back was founded by Carly Fradgley out of a deep desire to help people and provide for children less fortunate than her own. The team now consists of four dedicated directors and countless volunteers who work with several agencies on the Gold Coast to #giveback.....by providing clothing packs, nappies, wipes and essential baby equipment to families in need. 

At Still Aware the focus is to bring about much needed awareness to the tragic event of a baby born still.

  • Every year more than 1700 babies are born still in Australia.

  • Daily 5 babies are born still in Australia…that’s one baby, one family, every 5 hours.

  • For every baby that dies of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), 35 are stillborn in Australia
     

Still Aware was formed by mother to a baby born still, at 40 weeks in South Australia. Alfie Foord-Heath was born without breath on February 12, 2014. With no rhyme or reason for the death of this healthy baby girl, her mother and father – under the guidance of the Still Aware Board and Clinical Advisory Board, with your help – aim change how we talk about stillbirth prior to the tragedy, educating for awareness and raising awareness for prevention.

At Still Aware the focus is to bring about much needed awareness to the tragic event of a baby born still.

  • Every year more than 1700 babies are born still in Australia.

  • Daily 5 babies are born still in Australia…that’s one baby, one family, every 5 hours.

  • For every baby that dies of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), 35 are stillborn in Australia
     

Still Aware was formed by mother to a baby born still, at 40 weeks in South Australia. Alfie Foord-Heath was born without breath on February 12, 2014. With no rhyme or reason for the death of this healthy baby girl, her mother and father – under the guidance of the Still Aware Board and Clinical Advisory Board, with your help – aim change how we talk about stillbirth prior to the tragedy, educating for awareness and raising awareness for prevention.

A volunteer-run not-for-profit organisation based in St Kilda, Melbourne. They rehome new and pre-loved baby goods and nursery equipment to families in need. By reusing and recycling much-loved babies’ and children’s gear, we not only share the joy of motherhood with each other, but we save the earth’s precious resources too. 

The Australian Multiple Birth Association (AMBA) is a not-for-profit organisation consisting of multiple birth families; the organisation is run by volunteer parents of multiples who provide support, resources and education to other families sharing the same unique journey. We do not receive government funding and as such, the organisation operates on membership affiliation fees. These are kept to a minimum to make membership accessible to all families.

Each year thousands of babies are born premature or sick. With your help, Life’s Little Treasures Foundation can support these families along their journey. Each year on a designated date at locations throughout Australia, families, friends and supporters walk and run to raise funds for Life’s Little Treasures Foundation. The money raised goes towards providing vital services to families of premature and sick babies.