Entries by liana

The Porcelain Urn Company

The Porcelain Urn Company create simple and elegant urns to act as a focus for the love and grief experienced after the death of a loved one. The urns are crafted by ceramic potter Deb Taylor who has 25 years experience and are influenced by her volunteer experience with Social Workers at The Royal Womens’ […]


It’s early in the morning in the 24th of January and my wife Felicia wakes me up early to tell me she is going to the hospital to just have a check-up, she hasn’t felt our baby girl Pia, 26 weeks, move in a little while. I think she’s being silly, I go back to […]

Ladies Day in the Swan Valley

On the 19th August the fabulous  Day in the Swan Valley tour kicked off. With amazing stops on the way and samples galore, the day raised funds for Stillbirth Foundation Australia through ticket sales for the days, raffles, door prizes and donations. The day was a beautiful way to remember Harper and raise awareness of […]

Resilience Gymnastics In-house Comp Fundraiser

Resilience Gymnastics College in Melbourne Victoria came up with a truly creative way to honour baby Maksim and raise funds for Stillbirth Foundation in June this year. They cleverly hosted an In-house competition! Through this event they were able to raise a whopping $4,788 and spread awareness about stillbirth to parents of students and the […]

Wonderwomen rock ROC

On May 13th these 19 wondermums travelled from the GC to Brisbane to participate in the ROC Race (Ridiculous Obstacle Challenge). This is 5km of ‘fun’ obstacles which they completed in brilliant wonderwomen suits! They decided to raise funds for stillbirth research and honour Luca, who would have been 7 on the 14th May. They […]

HBF Run for a Reason

On May 28, 2017 Carlee and the indomitable Team Nate, ran HBF Run for a Reason for the second year. Carlee actually participated the year prior, pregnant with the little one who this year, got to check out the scenery! Think a marathon has to be no gruelling?….check out these pics to see that can […]

Wedding donation

When Caterina and Roberto were planning their wedding, they knew they wanted to remember their stillborn baby Angela in the day’s events. So rather than spending money on table gifts for their guests, they donated the allocated money that they would have spent on bonbonniere to Stillbirth Foundation. Each table place setting contained a card explaining that funds […]

TAKE THE PwC CHALLENGE: Innovation Community urged to find Stillbirth Breakthrough

Six babies are stillborn every day in Australia and one of the major issues associated with many of these tragedies is reduced foetal movement during pregnancy. As a result, Stillbirth Foundation Australia has teamed up with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)’s Open Innovation Platform to encourage researchers to develop a tool to monitor foetal movements. The Foundation is urging innovators, […]

Orica Winery Ride

Jordana and Alistair lost their little boy Kai on March 25th 2016. Like so many parents affected by stillbirth, they wanted to raise awareness about its prevalence as well as funds for research to help find answers. Knowing that they wanted to do a bike ride, they located the beautiful Orica Winery Ride which allowed […]