KATRINA Marson spent 74 days of motherhood watching her baby girl grow in a humidicrib at Liverpool Hospital's neonatal intensive care unit.
Now four, Jade Marson was born 26 weeks and three days premature.
Mrs Marson said her water broke at work during her second trimester of pregnancy.
She was rushed to hospital to give birth immediately.
"I didn't get to see her [Jade] until four hours after birth," she said.
"You get discharged from hospital before you get to take your baby home."
She said the services and support from the Miracle Babies Foundation and local businesses, including the Good Guys, had helped her get through the difficult time.
"They are awesome [The Good Guys], having their support and the community behind you helps," she said.
"The Miracle Babies Foundation do great work through their programs and services for families with premature and sick babies."
Good Guys Casula is one of the businesses supporting Miracle Babies through the Local Giving program.
The electrical franchise store has donated more than $30,000 by giving two per cent of each sale to the foundation.
Proprietor John Walford, who has three children, said it was something close to his heart.
"It's a great cause to support," he said.
"I think that anything that looks after kids is worth supporting."