Superhero Senseathon was a massive success! Thank you to Baby Sensory and Toddler Sense for the support


During May, Baby Sensory and Toddler Sense held special Superhero Senseathon event classes right across Australia in support of the Miracle Babies Foundation.

The Superhero ‘Senseathon’ is a wonderful event that supports premature and sick newborns, their families and the hospitals that care for them. With more than 48,000 babies born premature and sick every year, we are so appreciative of all the support. 

Classes ran during May and more than 6,000 families got involved in the Superhero Senseathon making it a huge success! The total raised was:


Thank you for all the support!

The Baby Sensory and Toddler Sense Franchisees and families in Australia came together to fundraise online, hold special superhero events and purchase raffle tickets for our National Raffle. Congratulations to all the raffle winners who have won some awesome prizes.

Funds raised through The Superhero Senseathon will go toward supporting families through our NurtureProgram, including our NurtureLine (24 Hour Family Support Line), NurtureTime (in-hospital emotional support) and NurtureGroups (community play and support groups, for after discharge). Your support will also help continued distribution of our family NurtureProgram Resources, via hospitals.

This year, the fundraising was done based on states and the top state was NSW which raised an amazing $8,700 alone! Thank you to everyone who donated.

We were also fortunate to be invited to a Baby Sensory in Inner Sydney for their Superhero Senseathon special class. It was wonderful to experience the special class with all the little superheroes. Our Miracle Babies staff had the opportunity to speak to a few families who had been impacted by a premature birth.

It was wonderful to see how many families got involved in dressing up their little ones for the special superhero event and we hope all families enjoyed their class. 

Thank you to everyone who got involved in supporting premature and sick newborns, their families and the hospitals that care for them.