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Our vision is for all families to have the support they need to rebuild their lives, when a child grieves or when a child dies. Read more
New guidance films and information to support families and schools, and updates on current events and support services.
For parents/carers whose baby or child is not expected to live or has died, or who are supporting bereaved children/young people.
How schools and other education settings can support pupils and staff.
Our films provide information on supporting children and looking after yourself
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Demand for our services continues to grow. Watch our latest Impact 2018-19 film
22 October 2020, London - This event has been cancelled. Read more
Child Bereavement UK has been funded by BMA Giving to deliver online training aimed at helping doctors maintain their wellbeing while working in the face of loss, grief, and bereavement. The webinars will focus in particular on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the mental wellbeing of health professionals Read more
Businessman and Child Bereavement UK Trustee Alexander Fitzgibbons has completed his self-propelled journey from London to Stockholm, raising over £1m for Child Bereavement UK. Read more
On Thursday 16 July 2020, Child Bereavement UK was contacted by one of our third-party service providers, Blackbaud, who informed us of a data security incident in their system that was discovered in May 2020. Read more
Rebecca talks about her mother's death and why it's important to be honest with children when a loved one or someone special to them has died. Read more
Eamonn talks about parenting his grieving children after their mother died and the importance of good communication. Read more
"I didn’t know if I was doing or saying the right thing, but you have to keep going, to keep trying." Jason Watkins talks about how he and his wife Clara supported each other after their daughter, Maude, died from sepsis, aged two and a half. Read more