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Favourited 33 times | Charity number: 1169227 | Lincoln
Baby's Basket offers a Moses basket packed with baby and hospital essentials to parents in Lincolnshire struggling to provide for the practical needs of their new baby. Referrals are made by healthcare professionals and welfare agencies. Baskets and gently-used baby clothes and bedding are donated by parents who no longer need them. We rely on donations of money to supply toiletries, nappies and new mattresses for each basket. Thank you for your support.
Favourited 303 times | Charity number: 1145073 | Ripley, Surrey
In the UK, 9 babies are stillborn every single day, that's 3200 babies' each year. Despite 2017 seeing the lowest stillbirth rate since records began, there is so much more work to do. At Kicks Count, we raise awareness of the importance of baby's movements, a key sign of your babies' wellbeing. We aim to empower women with the latest advice, give them the confidence to express their concerns and, ultimately, save babies' lives.
Favourited 2,519 times | Charity number: 1060508 | London
Tommy's exists to save babies lives because right now in the UK one in four women loses a baby during pregnancy or birth. We fund research into and provide information on the causes and prevention of miscarriage, premature birth and stillbirth.
Sands (Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Society)
Favourited 1,734 times | Charity number: 299679 | London, London
Sands supports anyone affected by the death of a baby, works in partnership with health professionals to try to ensure that bereaved parents and families receive the best possible care and funds research that could help to reduce the numbers of babies dying and families devastated by this tragedy.
Tiny Lives Trust
Favourited 82 times | Charity number: 1150178 | Newcastle upon Tyne , TYNE AND WEAR
The Tiny Lives Trust is a registered charity that helps to care for premature and sick newborn babies, their mothers and families in the Special Care Baby Unit of the Newcastle Neonatal Service based in Ward 35 of the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle. The Neonatal Unit (also known as the Special Care Baby Unit) is the Regional Centre of Excellence and provides the care for all preterm and sick newborn babies, and also cares for babies who require surgery, cardiac input or respiratory support.
Towards Tomorrow Together
Favourited 112 times | Charity number: 1151022 | bridgwater, Somerset
Towards Tomorrow Together hope to reduce the distress experienced when a child dies. They fund and provide a range of services, to families affected by the loss of a baby during pregnancy, labour, birth or infancy and in subsequent pregnancies. Services include support groups, holistic and talking therapies, advocacy and mentoring. They also provide training, resources, and equipment including cold cots and memory boxes to hospitals that care for parents at the time of the loss.
Favourited 51 times | Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute
SINCE 2000 "BONNIE BABIES" HAS BEEN MAKING AND SENDING TINY PREMATURE CLOTHES, BLANKETS AND SADLY BURIAL OUTFITS TO U.K. SPECIAL BABY CARE UNITS, ALSO TO PARENTS WHO NEED OUR SUPPORT. WE ARE A NON-PROFIT REGISTERED CHARITY, DEPENDING ENTIRELY ON THE HARD WORK, KINDNESS AND DEDICATION FROM MEMBERS AND FRIENDS WITHOUT WHO'S SUPPORT NONE OF THIS WOULD BE POSSIBLE
Cots for Tots Appeal (Wallace & Gromit's Children's Foundation)
Favourited 49 times | Charity number: 1043603 | Bristol
Cots for Tots is the special care baby charity for sick and premature babies at Bristol's Special Care Baby Unit at St Michael's Hospital. facilities to transform the lives of babies from Bristol, the South West of England, South Wales and throughout the UK. Cots for Tots House is our own dedicated 12 bedroom house providing free 'home form home' accommodation to parents, brothers and sisters of babies in the Special Care Baby Unit.
Parkinson's Disease Society of the United Kingdom
Favourited 952 times | Charity number: 258197 | London
We're close to major breakthroughs. Funding the right research into the most promising treatments, we get closer to a cure every day. Until then, we're here for everyone affected by Parkinson's. Fighting for fair treatment and better services. Making everyone see its real impact. People with Parkinson's, scientists and supporters, fundraisers and families, carers and clinicians, all working side by side. Impatient for change, we're taking a stand, speaking out, chipping in and playing our part.
Favourited 6,725 times | Charity number: 296645 | London
Alzheimer's Society commits itself to maintaining, improving and promoting its unique knowledge and understanding of dementia. It seeks to define and develop quality in its activities and services, to be inclusive of all communities but in particular people with dementia, their families and the professionals who work with them and to work in partnership with other organisations which share its aims.