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Born at the Women’s - Celebration Wall

The Royal Women’s Hospital Foundation wants to celebrate the magical moment of your baby’s birth with you! 


Celebrate your baby’s birth by making a donation to the Women’s Foundation and we will acknowledge your gift with a celebration bubble displaying your baby’s name and birthdate.

Your baby’s celebration bubble will be added to our Born at the Women’s Celebration Wall, in the main foyer of the hospital here in Parkville.

By celebrating your baby’s birth in this way you will help raise much needed funds for the Women’s Foundation to support the vital work of the Women’s, Australia’s first and largest specialist hospital for women and newborn babies. Your donation to the Women’s Foundation today will help deliver advancements in health research, technology, programs and equipment for  women and newborns.

What is a Celebration Bubble?

Your bubble is a round plaque featuring your baby’s first name and birthdate. The bubble will be added within four weeks of your donation. You, your family and friends will be able to visit your baby’s celebration bubble at any time throughout the year it will be displayed. It will be a reminder of your newest family member's arrival and it will stay on the wall for up to one year. Then, if you like, your baby’s bubble can be posted to you as a special keepsake.

Your baby's celebration bubble


A minimum of $99 donation is requested for your gift to be acknowledged by the addition of a plaque with your baby's name.

Celebration bubble details

  1. Please Note: Surnames cannot be included on the bubble.

Your details

Billing address

  1. Is your postal address different from your billing address?

Your details

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    Commonwealth bank logo

    Payments to the Women's are processed by a Commonwealth Bank merchant facility

  2. The CCV number is the last 3 digits after the credit card number in the signature area of the card

One gift to the Women's will benefit many Make a donation today