• Sam Venables just donated $26
  • Deborah Edwards just donated $52
  • Ray White Canberra just donated $1,015

Newborn Intensive Care Foundation

The Newborn Intensive Care Foundation provides hi-tech medical equipment, research and nurse education to prevent blindness, lung damage, brain damage, cerebral palsy and other potential disabilities faced by sick and premature newborn babies. The Foundation is a unique model where administration expences are sponsored and do not come out of general donations so that 100% of those donations go towards sending babies home as healthy and as quickly as possible.

The Foundation receives no government funding yet its role in preventing disabilities not only saves government welfare expenses but more importantly, maximise the potential for a normal life after discharge for sick and premature babies and their families.

Babies are our future so life should not be a struggle when just a few hours old.

On March 9, join us in raising our hands for Canberra!

Be part of the 2nd annual Hands Up for Canberra Giving Day and help us turn this into an annual giving tradition for every Canberran!

March 9th, the day after Canberra Day, will be a historic day for everyone in our community to GIVE BIG - join in on the fun(draising) and support us through the Hands up for Canberra Giving Day! Plus, every $1 you donate will become $2 with our generous matched funding matching dollar-for-dollar until we reach $10,000.

We'll have just 48 hours to raise $10,000! Come on Canberra, together we can do this!

#HandsUp4CBR

The Hands Up for Canberra Giving Day is proudly supported by:

A big thank you to our Supporters

The real heroes who are kindly helping us achieve our goal

$26

Sam Venables

Thank you for everything that you do to support the NICU patients and families.

$52

Deborah Edwards

$1.02k

Ray White Canberra

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