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Friday 25 August 2017
Brisbane City Hall
Mater mum Maria Clark experienced every parent's worst nightmare when her daughter Olivia was born prematurely at Mater Mothers' Hospital. Little Olivia sadly lost her struggle for life after six days.
For the past 15 years, Maria Clark has turned her grief and sadness into hope for other parents by raising funds for Mater's Neonatal Critical Care Unit through the annual Olivia's Lunch. As well as celebrating Olivia's life, the lunch raises vital funds needed to invest in life-saving research, care and equipment to make sure that all babies can grow up to be happy and healthy children.
The generous support of people like you has made an enormous difference to the lives of thousands of babies cared for at Mater's Neonatal Critical Care Unit.
To keep up to date on information regarding this year's Olivia's Lunch, please click here.
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Bailey and Bella's story
Jess feared the worst when she went into premature labour.
Baby Parker was rushed to NICU moments after birth.
Each year around 2000 newborns need advanced resuscitation.
Born early, his parents waited nine days to hold him.