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Sunday 16 July 2017
The Marquee, Victoria Park Golf Club, Herston Road, Brisbane
Mater dad Shaune Watts and his wife Kimberley experienced every parent’s worst nightmare when their son, Noah, had to fight for life after he was born prematurely at Mater Mother’s Hospital Brisbane. Noah weighed little more than a kilo at birth, and it was nine days until Shaune and Kimberley could hold him close. Thankfully, Noah is now a strong and healthy six-year-old thanks to the medical team at Mater. You can read more of Noah’s story here.
On Sunday 16 July, Shaune will be hosting his 7th Annual Charity High Tea. Raising money for Mater Little Miracles, the afternoon will be filled with raffles and auctions as well as boutique market stalls.
This special event will be hosted by Nine News Now weekday presenter Eva Milic and feature guest speaker, Australian Diamonds and Queensland Firebirds netballer, Caitlyn Nevins.
So bring your family and friends together for a great afternoon in support of the thousands of babies cared for at Mater’s Neonatal Critical Care Unit.
Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.
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Bailey and Bella's story
Jess feared the worst when she went into premature labour.
All was well until a routine 21 week appointment ...
Each year around 2000 newborns need advanced resuscitation.
Born early, his parents waited nine days to hold him.