Did you know...?
Did you know that we work alongside charities and organisations that help families and individuals cope with the loss of a loved one. We do this in various ways, but in the main we offer a referral program, so if someone purchases one of our books through one of our partners we donate some money.
We have a growing list of partners that may be able to help you in a range of practical and emotionally supportive ways, please scroll down to see more information.
And if you are a charity or loss organisation who is interested in working alongside us please take a look at our referral page for more information - just click here
Bears of Hope - based in Australia - www.bearsofhope.org.au
Bears of Hope is an Australian registered not-for-profit organisation managed solely by a dedicated team of bereaved parents. Our professionalism and longevity has been built on delivering passionate and active pregnancy & infant loss support, education and awareness, and in strengthening relationships with allied health professionals.
JOEL (The complete package) - UK based - www.joeltcp.org
To support families after the devastation of baby loss, through subsequent pregnancy and parenting. We aim to celebrate a family as a whole and break the taboo associated with baby loss. A baby born after a loss is known as a rainbow baby.
Grief Haven - Based in the US - www.griefhaven.org
Parents quickly realize that losing a child is not a loss they will ever "get over," but rather a loss with which they will have to learn how to live for the rest of their lives.
The Erika Whitmore Godwin Foundation is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to assisting parents who have lost a child, as well as family members, friends, professionals, and those who want to lend their support but don't know how.
Tabitha's Trust - Based on the Isle of Man - www.tabithastrust.com
Tabitha’s Trust is an Isle of Man Registered Charity No. The Charity aims to support families through the death of a child by providing services, support and equipment. We offer our services to children lost in early pregnancy, up to children of 16 years of age – in any circumstance.
ICOMBO (International Council of Multiple Birth Organisations) - Worldwide - www.icombo.org
Raising awareness of the unique needs of multiple birth infants, children, adults and their families promoting their health, education and welfare. Providing a structure to enable individuals and multiple-birth organisations to share and develop resources. Promoting and conducting projects and research regarding multiple birth development, care, and education.
Neoangels - UK based - www.neoangels.org.uk
Neoangels is a registered charity which supports families of sick and premature babies at North Tees Hospital. We provide emotional support while your baby is on the Neonatal unit. We also provide bereavement support should the worst happen. We also help raise funds for much needed medical equipment.