Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day
Pausing to remember babies lost
Celebrating NAIDOC Week
Each July, celebrations are held across Australia to mark NAIDOC Week. This is a time to recognise and celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Mercy Health Foundation – Autumn Ball
Continuing our mission to fund projects which make a real difference, this year’s proceeds will support research and care for the most vulnerable and complicated pregnancies: those where there is a major risk of death or disability for either the mother or her unborn baby. All proceeds from this important occasion will directly support Mercy…
Werribee Mercy Hospital Christmas Fair 2016
We are proud to announce the date for the Werribee Mercy Hospital Christmas Fair and you're invited to join in!
Pram Jam 2016
It’s a harrowing fact that one in 130 pregnancies in Australia ends in stillbirth, and the number of babies tragically lost at birth each year exceeds the national road toll. Around the world, a baby dies from prematurity every 30 seconds – and according to the World Health Organization, premature birth is the number one…
R U OK? Day 2016
R U OK? Day is a national day of action dedicated to inspiring all people from all backgrounds to ask family, friends and colleagues ‘are you ok?’. By regularly reaching out to one another we can prevent isolation, build a more connected community and stop little problems from getting bigger. A range of R U…