Red Nose

Red Nose

Red Nose is dedicated to saving the lives of babies and children during pregnancy, birth, infancy and childhood and supporting bereaved families. We deliver on our vision through world class research; evidence based education and bereavement support; and advocacy.

In Australia each year over 3,500 families experience the sudden and unexpected death of a baby or child, either through stillbirth or during the first month of life, from sudden unexpected death in infancy (SIDS or fatal sleeping accidents), SUDC (sudden unexpected death in childhood) or accident.

Sadly for many of these deaths there is no known cause. For example, more than half the deaths of unborn babies during the last 8 weeks of pregnancy each year are unexplained.

Red Nose works to find answers for parents by funding and supporting vital research into stillbirth, SIDS and safe sleeping practices. Through evidence based community education we aim to prevent these deaths and we advocate for and support bereaved families.

Red Nose relies almost totally on the support of the community.

 
 
 
 

 
 
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AUD $12

Life Saving Red Nose Education Programs

Our evidence based education programs provide parents, carers, and health care professionals with the information they need to care for baby safely... Read More

AUD $21

Red Nose Safe Sleeping Education

Red Nose education programs provide parents, carers, and health care professionals with the information they need to care for baby safely. These pr... Read More

AUD $35

Red Nose Support Services

Red Nose Grief and Loss has over 40 years’ experience supporting grieving individuals and families. We understand the sudden or unexpected death of... Read More

AUD $60

Red Nose Research Programs

Annually, 3,200 Australian families experience the sudden and unexpected death of a baby or child. This has to stop. Through world-class research w... Read More

AUD $85

Red Nose Counselling For Bereaved Famili...

Red Nose program saved Sarah. When Sarah Mathew's baby boy died the day before she was to give birth, Sarah, fell into the depths of desolation... Read More