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All our gift bags currently go to the families of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in the Wellington Hospital.
One of the biggest project of the year is Christmas, We are planning to drop off around 100 bags at NICU in Wellington and...Read More
All mums whether they have been there for a day or 100 days here given a little goodie bag. All the products were donated by...Read More
Monthly Care Packages
We would love your support towards making these care packages each month. Our goal is to give a goodie bag to every NICU mum in...Read More
Thanks to these amazing companies for their generous contribution to make our projects happen.
We love what we do and love it even more when we get feedback from those who received a care bag. The following are some lovely messages we recently received.
"Thank you for all your effort and sacrifice Brave Hearts. Dads in NICU were stoked this morning with their gifts! You’re making a difference, so from the staff and parents here, thank you again!"
"Thanks heaps for the fathers day package in NICU yesterday, it was an awesome surprise :)"
"This was so amazing to find next to our girl this morning, you made one Dad very happy. Thank you!"
"Thanks Brave Hearts! The fathers day gifts were fantastic and completely unexpected. Much kudos to all you do."
"Yesterday I received the most wonderful gift bag and card from your team. Thank you so much! Yesterday was my very first Mother's Day and I was really struggling. My son was born almost two weeks ago at 33 weeks. He's a teeny tiny little guy and it's been a tough journey for us through the pregnancy and now. Your package made me smile and it helps so much to know you are not alone. I still cry everyday so having your gift waiting for me was a lovely moment."
"Thank you so much to Brave Hearts for the beautiful packs that were generously donated to go in the Mother's Day Gifts today."