The team at Care for Kids are on a mission to make a difference and have announced their charity partners for 2023 and boy, they’re setting out to make an impact on the lives of families all over Australia!
They’ve chosen to support St Kilda Mums and Neuroblastoma, two very deserving charities that need all the help they can get.
And now with the Care for Kids Mother’s Day competition, it’s not only these charities that will benefit, one lucky mum will win 12 months of FREE childcare, valued up to $10,000! Who doesn’t need that?
How you can enter
Share your appreciation for a mum in your network (this could even be you!). That’s it! Keep in mind, by nominating a mum and donating to either charity you will receive an additional 5 entries for your nominee.
Help make a difference
Parents needing either of these charities face a unique set of challenges that can be overwhelming and isolating. They often find themselves navigating a complex healthcare or governmental system while trying to provide emotional support and care for their child. In these difficult times, having businesses and their communities support charities that aid in their journey can mean the world.
Make a difference to St Kilda Mums
For mums needing support, this charity is everything. St Kilda mums provide essential items to women and children who at their most vulnerable, are unable to provide the necessities needed to support their child in their early years. From illnesses to escaping domestic violence situations, women are faced with hardship. This is where St Kilda Mums provides support and essentials where they can.
Financial contributions to St Kilda Mums mean you’re giving families an incredible gift. Safe nursery equipment, clothing, books, and toys as well as providing them with mobility, dignity, and peace of mind. All of this is a much-needed boost of joy and comfort during difficult times.
Make a difference to Neuroblastoma Australia
Neuroblastoma is a type of childhood cancer. Diagnosis of this aggressive cancer most commonly occurs when a child is under two. As a business, it’s hard to comprehend that some of our community are preparing for their first day of childcare whilst others are preparing for their first day of treatment.
Once the shock of diagnosis has passed, learning about the illness and how best to fight it while emotionally and financially supporting your family is the next hurdle.
The emotional toll of having an ill child is immeasurable, but the support from communities Australia-wide can help parents feel less alone. It can help them see that there are people and organisations that care about their well-being and are working to make a difference.
All you have to do is nominate yourself, a mate (or both!) who deserve 12-months FREE childcare and donate for more chances to WIN!
Through raising awareness and giving thanks we hope to create a conversation, raise essential funds and award a year’s free childcare, up to $10,000 to a mum who is thanklessly doing an amazing job!
This article is a sponsored promotion with careforkids.com.au