Good Night's Sleep Campaign
Help us help WA parents, carers and children in need.
Donate to Ngala's Good Night's Sleep Campaign today.
What would you give for
a Good Night’s Sleep?
The Good Night’s Sleep campaign aims to raise much-needed funds for Ngala to continue providing WA families with crucial early parenting and childhood support. The importance of sleep for health and wellbeing is well-known, but sadly many parents and carers don’t get enough of it, which can have a big impact on their, and their children’s, lives.
How can I help?
This November, you’re invited to help WA parents and children get the help they need. Join us by hosting your own sleep-themed event, like a pyjama day, breakfast or a sleep-in for your work team and raise much-needed funds for Ngala.
- Download our handy fundraising kit
- Register your event at www.everydayhero.com
- Share your supporter page with friends, family and co-workers
- Start fundraising
- Support my fundraiser poster
- Support my fundraiser poster for groups
- Support my fundraiser Facebook post
- Good Night's Sleep poster
- Good Night's Sleep Supporter logo
- Good Night's Sleep colouring sheet
We’ll also be in Murray Street Mall on Friday November 18th to collect funds from generous supporters. We’d love to share how we can help parents and carers in WA, so bring a handful of coins and chat with us.
Parenting education and support in the early years directly impacts the long-term physical and emotional health of babies and young children. An investment in these crucial early years is an investment in our future.
Using evidence-based resources and tools, combined with generous funds, we can continue to provide parents and carers with the personalised help they need.
See how a Good Night's Sleep helped families like Elsie and Kane's.
Ways to Donate
For more information, call 9368 9368 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: 24 Apr, 9:30am
Where: Banksia Grove
4 - 7 months. Interested in learning more about introducing solids to your baby? This workshop covers introduction of solids for parents with babies aged 4 months to 7 months. You will be given information and tips to help you with this important milestone in your baby's life.