Three of our gorgeous-hearted Babes volunteers, Em, Amy and Holly.
Did you have that feeling of overwhelm during pregnancy and early parenthood, and wished there'd been support for you?
Do you know the difference a helping hand can make when women are at their most vulnerable?
Or do you just want a world where new mothers get the best support possible?
The Babes Project is here for women facing crisis pregnancy – and we can’t help them without people like you.
If you can make time in 2018, Babes has so many ways we can use it - and so many lives to change.
The Babes volunteer intake challenges you to put your skills to life-changing work - in roles including Administration, Pregnancy Support, Stock Management, Finance or Photography.
All Babes volunteers get training in our holistic programs and procedures, and are empowered by Babes leadership to work one-on-one with our mamas, or to help drive the growth of our flourishing organisation.
Our proven perinatal program has been developed through eight years working on the frontline, supporting pregnant women and new mothers through tough times, including domestic violence, homelessness, health issues, unemployment, family breakdown, and social exclusion.
We are a passionate and growing force for good in our Croydon and Frankston communities, and are determined to promote empowered, informed and supported motherhood nationally.
Based on principles of love, inclusion and grace, The Babes Project works with clients from every walk of life, and welcomes volunteers from diverse backgrounds into a supportive and friendly environment.
Take some time to read through the roles and application pack, which have lots of information about what it takes to be a member of our team – and the heart-warming benefits you get back!
With a big year ahead, this volunteer intake is the only chance to work with Babes in 2018 – so apply now and get in before the March 2 deadline!
So think about it - can you give your time to make Babes great? If you can, get ready to make a big difference for new mothers and their bubs in 2018.