The Little Miracles Trust is a charitable trust and relies heavily on cash sponsorship, value-in-kind support and donations to deliver our much-needed services. We thank all of our incredible Partners for their ongoing and generous assistance.
Without their help, we could not provide our support to whānau of premature or sick full term babies as they make their journey through Neonatal Intensive Care, the transition home, and onwards.
The wider neonatal community is large, and is made up of individuals who are all consumers and in many cases business owners or in charge of purchasing decisions. Where possible, it would be great if you could consider supporting the great organisations below who support us.
We are honoured to be one of the 65 charities that partners with The Good Registry which exists to simplify giving by supporting worthy causes. The Good Registry helps take the waste out of gift giving and replace it with kindness. Too many gifts end up in landfill along with all their wrapping paper and packaging, when that money could spread joy instead. This can be achieved by starting a registry, giving to a registry or purchasing a gift card with the proceeds being given to your charity of choice.
Bell Gully is New Zealand’s leading commercial law firm. Through its comprehensive pro bono and community programme, it is fortunate to be able to support organisations in their efforts to benefit local communities. The Little Miracles Trust is delighted to have received pro bono legal advice from Bell Gully over the past few years.
Sir Richard & Lady Tania Taylor
Co-owners and founders of Weta Workshop based in the Wellington suburb of Miramar, Richard and Tania Taylor are proud supporters of The Little Miracles Trust. This comes from a personal experience earlier in their lives involving their child needing life-saving surgery as a baby, and the resulting care and support shown to them by the Wellington Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Richard and Tania continually support the work of the Trust in many capacities, and give very generously of their time to promote awareness and assist with fundraising activities.
Sir Richard was recognised as New Zealander of the Year in 2012.
The Trust is extremely proud and honoured to have the Taylors as Patrons.