Tiny Sparks WA are proud to work alongside and collaborate with a number of organisations.
In alphabetical order.
Dial An Elf is the flagship project of Communified Inc, conceived by childhood cancer activist Jess Hayes as part of a university project in 2011, and the reason Communified (Inc) was founded in 2014.
Dial An Elf is an online micro-volunteering portal designed to connect families with volunteers in their area. There is no regular commitment required, and volunteers can choose what they do and when. Even just 5 minutes to take out bins or feed a family pet can make a world of difference when a child is hospitalised, giving parents the freedom to remain with their child rather than having to go home to attend to these chores.
The Fathering Project aims to improve child development outcomes by inspiring and equipping fathers and father figures to engage positively with their kids.
We know that an effective father has a profound impact on the kids, thus it is of great importance to establish Fathers and Father Figures that interact with their children as effective as possible. We seek to make better dads for the benefit of the children.
Gather My Crew's mission is to unite and empower communities to provide meaningful support during times of crisis.
When a family is going through a tough time, managing everyday life can be extremely stressful. Gather My Crew is a free, easy-to-use, online calendar and task list that lets you coordinate practical help from your own support network.
The National Premmie Foundation (NPF) is the peak body in Australia for charitable organisations that operate to provide support to families who experience premature birth or neonatal loss. With member groups across Australia, the NPF is the largest organisation representing the interests of families of preterm infants.
The Women and Infants Research Foundation (WIRF) is an Independent Research Institution and charity, formed in 1976. Their research focuses on the major health issues that affect newborns, reproduction and women's health at all ages.
They are closely affiliated with King Edward Memorial Hospital (the only tertiary level perinatal centre in Western Australia), and the School of Women's and Infants' Health at The University of Western Australia.
WIRF is also the charity of King Edward Memorial Hospital, helping to raise vital funds for equipment, new initiatives and providing support to facilitate essential research studies into women and infant health.