Mission, Vision and Priorities

To function as an effective network to support multiple birth families.

To be the leading resource in Australia for multiple birth families in terms of social support, literature and educational information.

To be a volunteer association established and maintained by multiple birth parents to support multiple birth families.

At AMBA, we:

We value team over individual; how we get things done is as important as what we achieve. We share our diverse strengths, talents and resources to achieve goals together. Our success is driven by building relationships, breaking down barriers and connecting across clubs, states and communities.
IMAGINE possibilities
We have the courage and curiosity to challenge, innovate and take on new opportunities. Adopting a growth mindset and positively working through change means success for our volunteers, our organisation and our families.
HONOUR integrity
We act with integrity and take ownership for the quality of our individual work, but also take pride in what we deliver as a team. Our focus is on a successful outcome for all. When things don’t go as planned we proactively use it as an opportunity to learn and shift direction.
INSPIRE action
We value passion, commitment and enthusiasm for our cause. We believe that seeking and giving feedback are essential for us to learn; we want to inspire each other to achieve great things. Transparency and being candid will enable us to grow as individuals and become a stronger organisation.
SERVE families
We prioritise support for multiple birth families over any other activity. We work to provide a peer network for families of multiples to find relevant information and support. We are dedicated to building awareness of the unique needs of multiple birth families and advocating for their rights.

Be a not-for-profit, non-political and non-sectarian organisation.
Provide social support to parents and carers of multiple birth children.
Provide educational information to parents and carers of multiple birth children.
Provide access to literature on issues specific to multiple births.
Use our knowledge to highlight the many aspects of parenting multiples.
Promote community awareness of the unique needs of multiple birth families.
Improve the resources available to multiple birth families.
Cooperate with national and international organisations having related interests.