Update 3 August 2020

As an essential service, Eureka Mums remains open during Stage 3 restrictions to support vulnerable families.

In line with government restrictions we cannot accept your donations of preloved goods from Wednesday night onwards at our Ballarat warehouse. 

Please scroll down for an alternative way to get your donations to us.

You might like to keep an eye on our social pages or sign up for our newsletter (bottom right hand side of this website) to be the first to be informed when we reopen for goods donations.

Please see this page of FAQs about the how we will continue to provide our essential service under COVID-19.

Thank you for everything you do for St Kilda Mums.
Trinsa Lewis, Operations Manager
4 August 2020

Australia Post

"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

How to Guides

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How to clean just about anything...

Most nursery items are designed to be easy to clean. But it helps to have a few tips to make it as easy as possible, and when you have little...
How to donate your breast pump

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 for us...
How to donate a cot

How to donate a cot

Cot safety is a big deal.  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 2...

Closed for donations

From Thursday 6 August we will be closed for donations, please click here for more information. 

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 we work on across Victoria 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.