Fundraising

Mad woman with a buggy

Tracey Thomson-Lamplough is a great example of a 'Neonatal Hero'. Tracey has committed to running the Rotorua marathon with a buggy and raising funds for The Neonatal Trust...

One kilometre for each day...

Craig and Elizabeth welcomed their daughter Alexis into the world in December 2011. Alexis required 42 days of care in the Auckland Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). To acknowledge the support they had received, Craig decided to run the 2013 Auckland Marathon as a fundraiser, running 1km for each of the 42 days baby Alexis was in Auckland NICU.

Mojo's first mobile phone collection campaign a success!

The Neonatal Trust is very grateful to one of our Partners Mojo Coffee for launching its first annual fund raising campaign in support of the Trust.
Throughout August, Mojo ran a phone collection campaign.  It had collection points set up in all Mojo stores....   

The true meaning of 'aroha'

Sophie Harris and Emalee Doake from Hukanui Primary School recently learned about aroha at school.  Instead of just learning the lesson, they decided to put on their thinking hats and turn their own brand of aroha on in their community...

Mother running to thank son's saviours (NZ Herald 9/1/13)

Aucklander Elaine Webb is running 720km in 51 days to raise money for The Neonatal Trust (Auckland).

The story of an exceptional five year old!

What do most five year old boys want for their birthday?  Cars, footballs, lego?  Well, Taylor Woodgate is not like most boys.  Taylor was born at 23 weeks gestation at a mere 580 grams.  When he turned five, to celebrate his birthday, his family decided that he had plenty of toys and would rather people donated birthday money to The Neonatal Trust (Wellington)...

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