Marjorie Barlow, mum of Take That’s Gary Barlow, is helping to raise awareness of #MakeforMum, a new initiative from Child Bereavement UK in the run up to Mothering Sunday.
On 6 February 2017, professionals from across the UK attended a conference on neonatal, palliative and end of life care.
TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Child Bereavement UK’s Centre in East London on 11 January 2017.
Child Bereavement UK will be hosting a Christmas get-together for bereaved families who have attended the charity’s support groups in Runcorn.
The Holy Trinity Parish Church is hosting their fifth annual Christmas Tree Festival on dates throughout December and Child Bereavement UK is one of the forty charities benefitting from support of the local people attending.
A lunch held in Manchester on 10th November has raised £57,000 for Child Bereavement UK, a charity which supports bereaved children, young people and their families.
CHARITY donations through theBigGive.org.uk will be generously matched by The Dulverton Trust this Christmas to help fund the work of a local bereavement charity.
Child Bereavement UK is showing its support for Children’s Grief Awareness Week 2016 (17-23 November) by raising awareness of bereaved children’s needs.
JUST one in 10 British adults who was bereaved as a child felt their school was very supportive at the time of the death, a YouGov poll has found.
Singer-songwriter legend Gary Barlow has become a Patron of Child Bereavement UK. His support was announced today at a lunch in aid of the charity which supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has launched a new Government-backed campaign that aims to maximise the chances of women having safer pregnancies.
DESPITE three quarters of people in the UK regularly giving donations to good causes, just 7% of us remember a charity in our will. So for this year’s Remember a Charity in your Will Week (September 12-18) Child Bereavement UK is joining the national campaign in a bid to get people to ‘pass on something legendary’.
The Bereavement Care Network is a free online resource for professionals who provide, or have an interest in, bereavement care for parents whose baby dies.
Votes have been counted for the company’s Charity of the Year initiative and the team at Sainsbury’s, Stratford are pleased to announce they will be supporting Newham based charity, Child Bereavement UK.