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Twins Project 2013 ~ More to Love
$90 raised
9% of $1k goal
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4 Years running
February this year, three Australian Portrait photographers launched a creative project to photograph sets of twins of all ages, publish a coffee table book and raise much needed money for the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital Milk Bank. The Neonatal ...
February this year, three Australian Portrait photographers launched a creative project to photograph sets of twins of all ages, publish a coffee table book and raise much needed money for the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital Milk Bank. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit are in need of medical grade freezer units to store Breast Milk for Premature babies. We need your help to bridge the gap of funds between that raised by the book and the cost of the Freezer Unit.

Any donations will be greeted with a special mention in the book on the ‘Acknowledgment of Support’ page.

The three Queensland women, Bambi Wixon, Willow Smith and Susan Wall, who are each Professional Photographers and Best friends have committed to photographing 50 sets of Twins to create a beautiful Coffee Table Book, celebrating the special bond of Twins. The Book will feature beautiful imagery and words written by the featured twins and is a limited edition.

The ladies always knew they wanted to support and raise funds for a charity so researched heavily into a service that is paramount for premature babies and their families. It turned out to be the supply of Breast Milk for newborns, particularly premature babies.
‘We quickly realised the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital is at the forefront of most premmie baby deliveries or visits and we constantly hear praise at how invaluable the staff and free service is to families utilising it,’ Susan says.

Most multiple births are born premature and the Mothers often have trouble supplying enough milk for two babies. The World Health Organisation recommends breast milk as the ideal food for healthy growth and development of babies, as it is proven to reduce the risk of complications and infections.
In the absence of their own milk, having donor breast milk available through the RBWH Milk Bank provides parents with an alternative to formula and the choice to give their baby optimal nutrition.  Artificial formula has been shown to be detrimental to preterm infants.

You can also find us on Facebook ‘Twins Project 2013’.
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