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You can help ensure that all babies and children are happy, healthy and safe.

Share our vision of a future where we waste less, share more and care for every baby and child. 

How to donate clothing, a cot or your breast pump

Why freshly laundered matters

Most of us have been in a situation at some stage in our lives where we have had to go without. Maybe when we were younger, as students living off...

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How to donate your breast pump

Eureka Mums happily rehomes manual breast pumps. We would love to rehome electric breast pumps, however there are a number of restrictions...

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How to donate a cot

We can re-home a pre-loved cot if it no more than 10 years old and complies with the Safety Standard for cots: AS/NZS 2172:2003...

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"Vulnerable families are often the forgotten members of our community, but with services like Eureka Mums, they are being supported and cared for in a kind and sensitive manner."

Rebeca Eales, Senior Social Worker, Ballarat Health Services

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Stories of some of the families helped with your donations

The $500,000 donation!

The $500,000 donation!

To mark their significant 10th anniversary, LOVE TO DREAM™ have donated half a million dollars’ worth of swaddles, sleep bags and sleep suits to S...
The importance of safe travel

The importance of safe travel

These beautiful words arrived today from a social worker. The benefits of having safe car seats is so much more than just a safe method of transp...
A pram is not just a pram

A pram is not just a pram

A pram is not just a pram - it represents freedom to get out into the world, break down the isolation of being house bound.

Donation Times

Mondays and Wednesdays
10 am - 12 pm

1st Saturday's
10.30 am - 12.30 pm

15A Gray St
Sebastopol, please enter via Spencer St.

If you are a social worker please email us to book a collection time.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands across Victoria that we work on, and pay our respects to their elders, both past and present and to their children and young people, who are our future elders and caretakers of this great land.