Calling all CHB Grower Group members and CBH employees

We would love to see you nominate Tiny Sparks WA for community funding through the CBH Group’s Harvest Mass Management Scheme (HMMS). We support families all over the state who experience high-risk pregnancy, prematurity or a sick newborn. Our farming families are often the most in need of our support being away from their families during such a difficult time. Via our care package program, peer support network, comprehensive website and more we are there to assist them all the way through their journey from diagnosis right through the neonatal unit and childhood helping with their overall sense of wellbeing.

You can nominate Tiny Sparks WA here -

Should you need any additional information to complete the nomination please e-mail

Thanks for your consideration!

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Coffee Morning

Please join us for a cuppa and a chat at our informal coffee morning on Friday December 1 at Lo Quay River Cafe, 215 Fern Road, Wilson.  We will be meeting from 10am to 12 noon to connect and chat about high-risk pregnancy, bedrest, the neonatal unit and the challenges our 'tiny sparks' face when growing up.

There is no need to formally RSVP for this event however if you would like to stay informed we have an event page on Facebook here

We can't wait to meet you!

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Tiny Sparks at Telethon 2017

We were excited to be given a unique opportunity to participate in the Peard Real Estate cycle challenge at Telethon this year alongside organisers Matt Fuller, Josh Catalano and Soa Pallelei who were riding for 24 hours, what a super human effort!

Russell donned his Tiny Sparks t-shirt and put in a awesome effort on the spin bike riding from 10pm until midnight.  Visitors to the cycle challenge during this time included The Premier Mark McGowan, Hon Julie Bishop MP, David Koch, Natalie Barr, Samantha Armytage and many, many others.

The atmosphere at the cycle challenge was electric.  The DJ did a wonderful job keeping the music upbeat and the crowd of onlookers entertained.

DJ booth keeping the atmosphere pumping for the cyclists.

With Emily Prior 2014 Telethon Star and NICU graduate.

With Matt Fuller chief fitness challenge organiser and 24 hour cyclist.  No, they don't get off their bikes, not even for toilet breaks!

The cycle challenge raised over $150,000 for Telethon helping them to reach an all time record of $36,431,381.  Well done Western Australia, your generosity is truly inspirational!

With Josh Catalano, 24 hour cyclist and father of NICU graduate 'Lenny the Lion'.

Making it look easy!

This was our very first time at Telethon and it was fantastic!  We hope to be back in a larger capacity in 2018.

In the zone.

2 hours on a spin bike done, riding for all the 'tiny sparks' who start life in the neonatal unit!

WA you are amazing, smashing last years tally!

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Join us for coffee

Please join us for our first informal coffee morning at Blacksmith Perth, 460 Beaufort St, Highgate, on November 3 from 10am to 12noon.  This is an opportunity to connect with others who have experienced high-risk pregnancy, bedrest and/or the neonatal unit.  It doesn't matter if you went on to have a full term baby, if your baby was full term but sick, if you had your baby prematurely or if you are still pregnant.  We would love to meet you all.

There is no need to RSVP for this event but if you would like to stay informed we have an event page on Facebook here

We hope to meet you there.

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Thanks Caleb!

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Like almost 4,000 other babies born in 2014 Caleb started his life in the neonatal unit, born at just 27 weeks gestation.  He recently celebrated his third birthday by raising a whopping $761.67 for Tiny Sparks WA, what a super effort for someone so young!  Happy Birthday Caleb!  You can check out his Everyday Hero fundraising page here.

We are so grateful to Caleb and his family and friends.  19 care packages are now on their way to neonatal units in Perth with Caleb's personal message.

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You too can join Caleb in making a difference to WA families who's baby's are starting life in the neonatal unit by sponsoring a care package or creating your very own Everyday Hero Fundraising page and choosing to support Tiny Sparks WA.

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