Child Bereavement UK has released its 2017-2018 Impact Report as an animated film. The film highlights the impact the charity has made in supporting families and educating professionals when a child grieves and when a child dies.
“Including parents in the decision-making isn’t the icing on the cake, it is the cake.” – Child Bereavement UK’s Neonatal Palliative and End of Life Care Conference.
A bereaved couple urged healthcare professionals to engage with parents with greater compassion and understanding, at a conference organised by Child Bereavement UK. The couple shared the story of their baby daughter who died when she was just nine-and-a-half-weeks old.
Child Bereavement UK have partnered with publisher Andersen Press to provide information and guidance for adults using Susan Varley’s much-loved picture book Badger’s Parting Gifts to help children understand and talk about death.
250 professionals from across the UK came to Manchester on 15th November to attend a sell-out conference focusing on diversity and inclusion in bereavement support.
The couple have spoken openly about loss, grief and how to talk to a young family about bereavement, since their son, Willem, was stillborn in 2014.
Celebrities Claudia Winkleman and Rory Bremner represented Child Bereavement UK at the annual BGC Charity Day on 11th September. They joined dozens of other big-name stars who took over the trading floor at BGC Partners, Inc. in Canary Wharf for one day only, to raise millions of pounds for charitable causes.
Child Bereavement UK has put together an innovative conference for professionals. It aims to increase awareness and understanding and promote equality when providing bereavement support and communicating with people from diverse backgrounds.
Bank of England hosted a training evening run by one of its charities of the year, Child Bereavement UK. The event, Supporting your staff and customers through bereavement, was hosted by Deputy Governor for Prudential Regulation, Sam Woods, and attended by Bank staff and representatives from a range of City firms.
Last year over 7,000 Kiltwalkers raised over £2.3million for their chosen charities and causes in Scotland by taking part in Kiltwalk. This successful event returns this year creating an opportunity for people to raise funds for the causes they care about.
On Sunday 22nd April, Lichfield resident, Vicky Malone will be taking part in the iconic London Marathon in memory of her son, James, who died in 2016 when he was two-and-a-half years old.
This week, Busy Bees nurseries across the UK will hold an Elephant’s Tea Party to launch its partnership with charity, Child Bereavement UK, which will run until 2020.
As of January, two-year long partnerships with national charity Child Bereavement UK, Basingstoke’s Ark Cancer Centre Charity and Dorking’s Halow Project have begun.
Mary Berry is helping to raise awareness of #MakeforMum for Child Bereavement UK in the run up to Mother’s Day.
Dr Georgia Ekitzidou, Associate Specialist in Neonatal Medicine at The Homerton Hospital, Newham, has become the 100,000th professional trained by Child Bereavement UK.
Samaritans and Child Bereavement UK are thrilled to have been selected as the Bank of England’s Charities of the Year 2017/18.
A STAR-STUDDED line up of speakers and performers took part in a Christmas Celebration Concert in aid of Child Bereavement UK at Holy Trinity Brompton in London on Thursday 7th December.
Life Matters task force introduces a series of recommendations to support those affected by bereavement.
New service funded by Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity to benefit families bereaved of a baby or child.