Multiple thanks for great support

We're privileged to have some great support coming our way!  Malcolm, one of our volunteers, participated in the last ever '9 in 10' competition with The Paul Henry Show and is generously donating $1,000 of this to us . . .

One Percent Collective our Partner of the Month

We're grateful to all those who provide their ideas, time and donations to The Neonatal Trust. This month we want to say particular thanks to the One Percent Collective as our Partner of the Month for December!  

Neonatal Secret Santa

Christmas day is a day for families to get together, be together and make memories. For hundreds of families this Christmas, their memories will be different to most.

Supporter Profile: Taryn Ibell

We're extremely grateful to all those who provide their ideas, time, support and donations to The Neonatal Trust. We recently caught up with Taryn who's had three neonatal experiences and wanted to give back.  

Danielle's marathon effort

Last year, Danielle's son was born at 29 weeks of gestation. He weighed a tiny 1.73kgs. Danielle is now particpating in 2016 ASB Auckland Marathon in an effort to 'make a difference' . . .

The Purple Butterfly initiative

Working with Multiples NZ, The Neonatal Trust are bringing the Purple Butterfly initiative to New Zealand. . .

2016 Raffle winners drawn

On Thursday 22nd September, The Neonatal Trust 2016 raffle was drawn under Police Supervision at Mojo Roastery on the Wellington Waterfront. Our congratulations go to . . 

Supporter profile: 12Mrt, Otago Girls High School

A consistent theme encountered space is the special people involved in the care of neonatal babies, the wider support of the families and the supporters and volunteers who make it happen. We're saying a special thanks to 12Mrt, a year 12 class from Otago Girls High School who ran a fundraiser for The Neonatal Trust for their community action project.

Bringing Purple Butterflies to New Zealand.

Millie, a neonatal mum in the UK, had a great idea for reducing the stress and anxiety involved in certain neonatal journeys. With the blessing of Millie, and working with Multiples NZ, The Neonatal Trust are bringing 'The Purple Butterfly' initaitive to New Zealand.  

Mojo recycling phones into neonatal care

Regulars of Mojo cafes will be happy to discover an opportunity to receive a free coffee (on their next visit) while also doing some good. With the return of their “Old Phones Helping New Lives” campaign for The Neonatal Trust, Mojo is accepting mobile phones for recycling. . .


Thank you to The Neonatal Trust's Partners