This month, we excitedly celebrate our 10th anniversary! The L’il Aussie Prems website and forum were first launched in the community in February 2007 by our Founder, Julia Toivonen, and what a journey it has certainly been
What an incredible day we all had wearing green on the 5th April!! Hundreds of families, supporters, hospitals and businesses across the nation helped to turn Australia into a sea of green
Our new meal vouchers program offers high quality, nutritious meals by way of a gift card, redeemable at any Grill’d outlet up to the value of $25.00 per card for NICU/SCN families
In 2016, our event supported the Mater Hospital Rockhampton (SCN), St Vincent’s Private Hospital (SCN), John Hunter Hospital (NICU) and Women’s & Children’s Hospital (NICU) as our four hospital recipients
It is with much excitement that we would like to invite all Melbourne families to attend our brand new premmie playgroup on a monthly basis. If you are looking to meet new parents who have also experienced premature birth than be sure to join us!
In February 2014 and March 2015, we launched the 'Little Darlings' knitting project for Australian knitters. If you love to knit, Patons have supplied That's Life readers with a premmie beanie and booties pattern so you can lend a hand. ... Read More»
The L'il Aussie Prems Newsletter is sent on a bi-monthly basis. The newsletter features website news, latest threads on our premature baby support forum, featured products, articles, events, premmie of the moment & more Read More»
Below is a list of beautiful messages that we have compiled together for families of premature babies. Each message has been written directly in support of our Foundation throughout 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. Each message has been shared ... Read More»
Our Essentials Bags are donated to any new family who arrives at Ronald McDonald House Monash with a premature baby receiving care at Monash Children’s Hospital in Clayton. Our bags ensure parents will have essential toiletries after being discharged from ... Read More»
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