Finalist in Western Sydney Women Awards 2019

We’re very excited to announce Miracle Babies Foundation CEO and Co-Founder, Kylie Pussell has been selected as a Finalist for the Western Sydney Women Awards 2019.

The Western Sydney Women Awards celebrate and acknowledge inspiring female role models delivering significant contribution in their community and making a difference in Greater Western Sydney.

Kylie is a finalist in the category of ‘Outstanding Western Sydney Community Woman Award’, which recognises excellence in community. 

Kylie is passionate in driving the expansion of services and resources for families with a premature or sick newborn to be supported, educated and empowered through the challenges of the turbulent journey.

For families, the experience of having a baby come into the world not as expected or planned is life changing. Without support, this overwhelming and traumatic experience can have lifelong effects on the emotional well-being of these miracle families.  It affects the entire family unit.

“We help families when they are at their most vulnerable," says Kylie Pussell.

"Through our programs and resources Miracle Babies help them navigate the very scary world of welcoming a premature or sick newborn into the world.”

Since 2005, Miracle Babies Foundation has been passionate in developing and providing vital programs and resources to support and enhance a family’s experience from a threatened pregnancy, hospital journey with a premature or sick newborn, the transition to home and beyond.

The Western Sydney Women Awards is being held on Tuesday 15th October at Parramatta Leagues Club. Western Sydney Women is the first and only organisation to advocate for all women from the Inner West, Greater West, North West and South West of Sydney to become economically independent & confident. Their mission is to be the voice and inspiration for all women living and working in the Western Sydney areas.

Click HERE to find out more information about Western Sydney Women and their work.


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