"Jane saw that the government just stepped away from these families, often leaving aunts or single grandmothers to magically find the funds to feed and clothe three, four or in one particular case five children; five boys under the age of 11," Ms McCrea said.." - Mirabel staff member Elizabeth McCrea speaks to Isabel Bird from The Advocate.

Read the full article here.  Posted: Saturday, 11 May 2019

"I went home that night, and it just haunted me. Everyone reads about drug users, the stereotypes, down and out on the street, but addiction doesn’t discriminate and no one ever thinks about what happens to the kids who get left." 

Mirabel's CEO, Jane Rowe, chats with Hamish McLachlan for the Herald Sun

Read the full article here. Sunday, 28 Apr 2019 - Page 36

From a small idea in 1998 Mirabel has grown beyond all expectations, assisting thousands of children. As Mirabel marks our 20th year, we’ve created a short brochure to mark this particular milestone. It captures some of our stories, growth and impact to date.

Portal to a magical world: Lyn Mallett makes minature rooms for Mirabel children. "A lot of our kids haven’t had the privilege of lots of toys or material goods, so to get a gift like that, there’s just awe and wonder," Ms Rowe said. - The Age. 

Read the full article here. Posted: 3 July 2018.

Future Generation Investment Company and Future Generation Global Investment Company Limited announce a combine investment of $6.8 million in Australian Charities. FGX has partnered with 14 different charities that provide a significant benefit to children and youth at risk. View the full article here. Posted: October 9, 2017.

Monique bravely shared her story on ABC's 7:30 report. It's been such a privilege to watch Monique grow and become a voice for the thousands of children being raised by kinship carers, as a result of their parents' drug addiction. Also hear from Mirabel carer Karen, who shares her story. View the full story here. Broadcast May 16, 2017.