The SuCCEED Tube Feeding Picnic is a time to come together as a community of people touched by tube feeding a child – family, friends, clinicians and researchers.

This year the picnic has been postponed due to COVID-19, but that’s no reason to feel alone. We are all in this together.

Watch and share this video with your family and friends. See our amazing families here playing, laughing, getting on with their days and bringing the joy back to mealtimes, no matter how they choose to feed.

Learn more at www.childfeeding.org/news

We are very sorry to announce that the Tube Feeding Picnic 2020 has been POSTPONED due to COVID-19. It would not be safe or fun to bring everyone together and share a meal at this time.

We will DEFINITELY re-schedule! You can sign up for updates via our newsletter here.

Join us ONLINE instead!

Instead of meeting in person, we’d love to release a video of everyone bringing the joy back to mealtimes that we can all can watch at home on March 22nd.

Please send us a short video, photo or your best tip for joyous family mealtimes with a tube-fed child and if we receive enough we’ll make a fun, inspiring video to share on the day.

You can EMAIL us photos and tips, or UPLOAD videos securely to our Dropbox (no login required).

You can be anonymous or acknowledged by name (or nickname) at the end of the video.

Please thank our amazing volunteers

We had some great entertainment volunteering at the picnic and not only have some spent money booking transport and accommodation, they have also given up the chance to earn an income at smaller events.

Please take a second to send some love and thanks to these amazing people:

Watch highlights from our FIRST picnic in 2019!

This is a time of significant uncertainty.

A group of paediatricians an allied health professionals has collected some useful resources around COVID-19 for you and your children.

Please visit Paediatrics.Online to read more.

“What’s in My Bag”?

Watch Irene as she talks through what she takes out in order to tube feed her son, Connor.

Visit our “Tips and Tricks” page for more information like this, or go back to the home page.