Help parents enjoy a good night’s sleep
NGALA TO HOLD SPECIAL FUNDRAISER
MOST of us know how a good night’s sleep can improve our mind, thoughts and attitude.
But for many parents of young children, a good night’s sleep is a distant memory, so for the first time in more than 100 years, Ngala is seeking public help for its ‘Give Anything For a Good Night’s Sleep’ campaign.
The organisation is holding a special fundraising day on November 21 and organisers are encouraging people to fundraise in the lead-up.
Ngala chief executive Ashley Reid said Ngala was seeking sup- port so more WA families could experience the benefits of a good night’s sleep in reducing stress, fatigue and accidents and feeling more confident about parenting.
“Every parent knows what it’s like in those early months when adjusting to a newborn baby and there are times when you really would give anything for a good night’s sleep,” he said.
“Every donation made, large or small, will help to expand and maintain our quality programs.”
Email goodnightssleep@ngala. com.au or call 9368 9368 for more information.
Sophia Barbagallo with baby Madison (centre) with Ngala staff member Felicity Seta, Ngala board vice-chairman Martin Black, chief executive Ashley Reid and staff member Christine Hatch.