The Australian Multiple Birth Association (AMBA) is a volunteer, not-for-profit organisation comprising of multiple birth families. Through a tiered membership structure, our organisation provides support, resources and education to multiple birth families.
AMBA is fully volunteer run at all three levels; from the national Board, to the State Committees, to each member club serving their local communities across Australia. Member club committees work independently and focus on delivering programs and services to their respective member families.
There are around over 50 AMBA affiliated clubs throughout Australia. By joining a local multiple birth club, your family gains affiliation with our national organisation, the Australian Multiple Birth Association (AMBA).
How does it work?
Local clubs are groups of volunteers and are all members of families with twins and triplets who provide mutual support and friendship across Australia. Each club is independent and operates autonomously under its own rules but all member clubs are affiliated under the AMBA Constitution, By-Laws and Code of Ethics.
By standardising services and replicating club structures, member clubs can efficiently provide practical and emotional supports to multiple birth families. Families pay a membership fee to their local club and a portion of that fee is passed on to AMBA for affiliation at the national level.