There are many babies and children in tough situations. Some are born into issues, many live in devastating circumstances, some are fleeing violence and sexual abuse. There are many ways we help our youngest, most vulnerable residents. Here’s several of our many and varied projects…

 

The bib project

We delivered more than 200 of our hand sewn bibs and burp cloths to go to some very disadvantaged babies through our friends at the Royal Women’s Hospital. Read more…

 

Why our CEO gave away her car

Our CEO Melina Schamroth gave away her car in the name of charity. You can read her story here

 

Hundreds of hampers

The team from Kellogg’s brought a heap of toys for disadvantaged kids when they joined us to create hundreds of hampers for families doing it tough. Read more…

 

Xmas gifts for kids fleeing domestic violence

Each festive season there are kids in domestic violence shelters – a team from Visy helped us put together special gift packs. Read more…

 

Mini ‘home’ renovations

Forget The Block and House Rules – here’s some mini home renovations to make you smile. Read more…

 

Beanies and booties

There was cuteness overload when a group of kind hearted Melbourne folk got together to support some of our youngest citizens doing it tough during winter. Read more…

 

Clothes for Kids

A group of fashionistas helped us put together outfits for more than 360 deserving children at a special event. Read more… 

 

Ruby Rose helps us put smiles on faces

After we spent two nights putting together gifts and hampers for more than 1600 people, model and actor Ruby Rose helped us deliver some to kids in hospital. Read more…

 

Fashion with Compassion

More than 400 kids got new winter wardrobes thanks to a special Fashion with Compassion event. Read more…