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Women are asking for help. Domestic abuse, insecure housing, lack of family support and mental health struggles are just some of the tough circumstances vulnerable women are facing during pregnancy and early parenting. And when they reach out for support, The Babes Project is there to offer education and support.  

But we can't do it alone. This End of Financial Year we have a HUGE goal to raise $250,000 to ensure we can open additional spaces for women in our two Centres because it breaks our hearts to be turning women away when they bravely ask for help. This will also allow us to employ a Centre Manager at Frankston part time to ensure our Program on the Peninsula continues to thrive.

Women are asking for help. How will you respond? 

From now until the end of June, we invite you to join us by running your own fundraiser or making a donation towards the vital work we do with at-risk families.  You can find all the information you'll need in our Info Pack which you can download here.

1. Run a fundraiser 

You can play a powerful part in helping vulnerable families by running your own fundraiser. By sharing your heart for the work of The Babes Project with those in your network, you can create an even greater response to families in need.

Once you've signed up here, we'll send you a Fundraiser support pack with everything you need - and we'll be here to help you with your fundraiser every step of the way! 

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2. Make a donation

Fundraisers don't have to be big - but if a fundraiser is something you just don't have the capacity to do, we invite you to make a donation towards the campaign instead. We rely entirely on grants and donations to do the work we do, and donations of any amount have a huge impact by helping families who need it most. 

You can make your kind donation hereAll donations over $2 are tax deductible.

3. Spread the word! 

As part of your response to women who are asking for help, we'd love for you to share the campaign with others who might like to respond too!  You can find images for socials posts about the "Help Us Help Them" campaign here - and feel free to tag us so that people can find out more about the work we do! 

Do you have another idea?

If you have another idea about how you can get involved with this campaign (particularly if you're a business or community group), we'd love to hear from you! 

Please get in touch with us at [email protected]