Welcome

We are a volunteer-run not-for-profit organisation based in St Kilda, Melbourne. We rehome new and pre-loved baby goods and nursery equipment to families in need. We believe that by reusing and recycling much-loved babies’ and children’s gear, we not only share the joy of motherhood with each other, but we save the earth’s precious resources too. These donations are distributed to families experiencing hardship in Melbourne and surrounding towns through our partnerships with maternal and child health nurses and local social service agencies. 

You can help by donating your pre-loved baby gear. Please go to our donate page for more information about what we can and can’t rehome and for our opening hours.

We take pride in ensuring all items rehomed meet safety standards and are in great condition. We give the items to people who are facing a variety of challenges and we want them to feel uplifted when they receive a donation from us. We see it as giving a gift, packed with love to provide practical support and show that people care about them.

St Kilda Mums was established in February 2009, Geelong Mums in April 2013 and Eureka Mums in Ballarat in February 2014.

Please help us ensure that no child go without the most basic material needs - like a safe cot to sleep in.

You can help by donating your pre-loved baby gear. Please go to our donate page for more information about what we can and can’t rehome and for our opening hours.

Please donate today so that we can give every child what they need to stay safe while they sleep, dream and play. 

How you've helped

"I am in awe of what you manage to achieve for so many families and continue to be inspired by the raw generosity of so many people. I recently lost my husband, and whilst struggling with my grief and trying to stay strong for my girls I have found strength in the generosity others have shown me.......we all have a story, often too painful to tell but the strength of a Mother is a powerful thing; your organisation provides the confidence that she can do it, even when we think there is no hope." S