Our supporters

The Babes Project believes in the power of community and thanks the following groups for their generous contribution to our Babes community. Their support of our work means hundreds of women are not alone as they face the challenges of motherhood. 


The Dorman Family Foundation have generously supported the work of The Babes Project over the past three years. 
We are so thankful for their amazing support which makes a significant impact on many young families.


The Sisters of Charity have kindly granted $10,000 towards our wonderful new Nanas and New Mamas Program for 2024. This will ensure we can include more women in proactive workshop style sessions over lunch and with the opportunity for social connection with other new mamas and supportive nanas



We are thankful for the generous support of several granting bodies whose investment in our programs and services ensure we can be there for the vulnerable women and their babies who need us. In 2020-2022 this included:

The Victorian State Government contributed $140,000 in funding in January 2022 to ensure the Frankston Centre could continue to work with women from the Mornington Peninsula region after the financial impact of the pandemic on the sector.

The Department of Health contributed $240,000 in 2019 toward the operational costs of the Babes Project throughout Australia. This funding was to support vulnerable pregnant and postnatal women and their families to enable them to better care for themselves and their families.

The Bank of Melbourne Foundation generously donated $50,000 in April 2021 towards the development and implementation of our new Empowered Mamas Program which aims to support women in  subsequent pregnancies.  This funding will The Babes Project to ensure the women we work with have the opportunity to create positive outcomes for her family. This is in addition to $50,000 donated by the Bank of Melbourne Foundation in 2019 which launched our Perinatal Education Program giving vulnerable women access to the very best information about pregnancy, birth and parenting.

The Queensland Community Foundation, who granted The Babes Project Cairns $3000 to equip vulnerable women in the Far North Queensland region with Birth and Baby Packs in preparation for becoming a mother. These packs are used as resources to educate and equip women for her birth experience and to encourage proactiveness in preparing for her baby. 
The Australian Government provides local communities with small grants to assist with retaining volunteers through the Community Grants Hub. We were successful in being approved for $3796 for rescources at our Frankston Centre through Member for Dunkley, Peta Murphy in 2021

Tobin Brothers Foundation supported The Babes Project Frankston's need for Program resources for our expectant and new mums by providing a $5000 grant in 2020/21.  

Frankston City Council contributed a $2000 grant towards The Babes Project Frankston's covid recovery plan which will ensure new women in our program get a nappy bag and new mums basket to ensure they're prepared for their new baby.

Maroondah City Council  granted The Babes Project Croydon $4600 in 2020/21 to ensure 24 women had access to our Perinatal Program by funding the baby and parenting resource packs given in the program. 

The Inger Rice Foundation funded The Babes Project Cairns $6382 in 2020 to ensure the women in Far North Queensland had access to the baby furniture needed to provide a safe environment for their babies

For more information about Grants or Partnerships please email our team at [email protected]