Since I was twelve I have had the burning urge to help others. This urge is what drove the multiple projects I worked on while growing up such as donating pajamas to the New Zealand Starship Children’s Hospital and organizing multiple truck loads of necessities to be sent overseas for families impacted by the 2012 Philippines typhoon.
My most recent project ‘Mummys In Need’ started with a big passion and one box of baby clothes. Six years ago, at the end of 2012 I saw a need that I felt society lacked in so I decided to approach my parents about the idea of helping young mothers who were not receiving the necessary support. I also saw an overwhelming number of babies who were not being correctly cared for. Clothing, food and toys are all important for a child’s healthy development and they are not something I feel any child should miss out on. This was the beginning of mummys in need.
“You have personally helped my daughter and the support is amazing. Considering she has been through a lot and with the help from you guys without judgment means a lot and makes her want to show everyone she has what it takes to get through this hard time 🙂 Thank you!”
What we do.
What mummys in need does is simple. We are a service that recycles old baby clothes and gives them a new life by passing them on to a needy home.