New Zealand Multiple Birth Association

Lots of support is available for parents of multiples from community organisations

Many community organisations, including multiple birth clubs, offer support in a range of ways to parents of multiples.

Click on the links below to find out more.

Multiple birth clubs

New and expectant parents who join a local multiple Birth Club, can expect a range of support. Clubs are a social network, with a vast pool of knowledge about multiples from other parents who had ‘been there and done it before’. Often, new members will be visited by a new members contact person…

Help with meals—Bellyful

Bellyful is a national non-profit organisation helping New Zealand mums by delivering frozen, precooked meals to families with newborns and families struggling with illness. Simple tasty meals, like Spaghetti Bolognese, Macaroni Cheese and Lasagne…

Help for single parent familiesBirthright

Birthright New Zealand is a national Non Government Agency (NGO) that works with single parent families to provide emotional and financial support in a variety of ways. It has 15 branches around the country with services such as counselling and social work, in-home visits...

Support for families with premmiesEarlybuds

Early Buds, is a non-profit organsiation and ministry of the Rotorua Elim church. It supports parents of premature babies by offering a free prem pack to parents around New Zealand…

Help for children with vision problems (MoH)

Enable New Zealand is contracted by The Ministry of Health, to provide a Spectacle Subsidy for children with vision problems in low income families. The subsidy can be used for…