Come along for a night of indulgence among a ethereal wonderland. Support an important not-for-profit charity saving babies lives. Fundraising for Stillbirth awareness and education for prevention.
All proceeds go directly to www.stillaware.org
$1450 for tables of 10 (individual tickets $145ea)
purchase yours tickets here
We hope to see you there!
On behalf of the Still Aware team, we would like to thank you for your support at the 2016 fundraising Gala.
The night was a wonderful success and we could not have achieved what we did without generous sponsors, bidders and donors.
Over $70,000 raised!
Without your attendance and generosity in bidding for some amazing auction items and prizes we can’t achieve our goals. This is our largest annual fundraiser for Stillbirth Awareness for Prevention, with all funds raised going directly to the cause
Still Aware raises funds specifically to bring awareness to stillbirth and change in the devastating statistics through education of clinicians and expectant families. We continue to work with key researchers in the field to gather and report data of care provisions already offered internationally, but which are not offered to Australian patients.
Still Aware is the only not-for-profit organization in Australia dedicated to raising awareness of stillbirth. At Still Aware every dollar donated goes directly to funding awareness and education to bring about change. The people involved volunteer their time and knowledge, so you can have confidence knowing that your dollar goes straight to activities that bring awareness of the thousands of babies born still every year in Australia.
A baby inutero is still a baby and they deserve our voice. So we are speaking up and raising awareness. You can too. Together we can and will reduce preventable stillbirth in Australia.
Still Aware is driving change and working tirelessly towards reducing preventable stillbirth. Change prior to the event. With the guidance of the Still Aware board, medical advisors, and your help, we will change how we talk about stillbirth prior to the tragedy, raising awareness in the hope of prevention.