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A world class show AND support The Neonatal Trust

World of WearableArt™ Ltd are long term supporters of The Neonatal Trust. Since 2008 they have allowed us to sell tickets to the WOW® Preview show and retain 50% of the proceeds. This support is greatly appreciated and is a vital part of helping us deliver our support. It's not just the fundraising support though - it is great to be able to be associated with a World Class show.

Volunteer Profile - Leah Green

A consistent theme we encounter is the special people involved (in the care of neonatal babies and the wider support of the families).

An evening talking motivations

Last week we had the privilege of working with One Percent Collective and hosting an evening event in the wonder

Data and Neonatal reseach

A new study could help thousands of Kiwi families get a better understanding of what the future holds for premature babies. This 1 news item . . .

Research: Prematurity and temperature regulation

Preterm birth has the potential to alter health and wellbeing far beyond the time a baby is cared for in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). We want to understand how and why preterm birth has this long-reaching impact on a baby’s future. 

Miracle baby 15 years on

Born 14 weeks premature, Chrystal weighed just 390 grams and could fit in the palm of her father's hand. Fast forward to 2017, and the Verdon College student from Wallacetown is celebrating her 15th birthday . . .

The Generosity Sessions - Why we do what we do

The Generosity Sessions - Live stories on why we do what we do.

July 2017 Partner of the month: WOW®

July Partner of the month:  World of WearableArt™ Ltd.   We're grateful to all those who provide their ideas, time and donations to The Neonatal Trust. This month we want to say an extra special thanks to World of WearableArt™ Ltd.

Westmount School supports The Neonatal Trust

Westmount school, from the Manawatu, recently ran a cake competition which benefited The Neonatal Trust. The cakes from the competition were auctioned off afterwards, raising an amazing $1,087.00.  The person with the cake that sold for the most then decided on which charity they wanted to donate the money to.  

Celebrating Volunteers

It's National Volunteer week 18 - 25 June 2017.  We want to celebrate and acknowledge the wonderful support we receive from volunteers that enables our support of neonatal families. From hundreds of knitters, to volunteers who support with baking, fundraising, writing & editing, sewing and raising awareness - we simply could not function without volunteers.

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Thank you to The Neonatal Trust's Partners