Karitane Gidget House, a free service for struggling new parents opens in Shellharbour

Desiree Savage
By Desiree Savage
Updated May 25 2021 - 5:32am, first published May 24 2021 - 10:00pm
Gidget Foundation CEO Arabella Gibson and Grainne O'Loughlin CEO Karitane at the new Gidget House operation at Stockland Shellharbour. Picture: Robert Peet

Parenting can be a tough gig, and even tougher if dreams have been shattered by miscarriage or stillbirth, but a new free service has officially opened in Shellharbour to help.


Desiree Savage

Desiree Savage

Arts, Entertainment, Breaking News Journalist

I write about arts and entertainment, plus other bits and pieces in between at the Illawarra Mercury.

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