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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
Win over £700 worth of baking-related prizes by tagging us in a photo of your best bake by Weds 28 April.
Volunteer with Child Bereavement UK at Let’s Rock retro festival this summer and enjoy the event for free.
Watch our animation which aims to help bereaved children and families understand grief and manage their feelings.
Watch our short impact film, to find out more about our work in 2019-2020.
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Webinar - 21 April and 4 May 2021
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Child Bereavement UK has been funded by BMA Giving to produce a short guidance film aimed at helping doctors maintain their personal resilience and wellbeing while working in the face of loss, death, and grief. Read more
Child Bereavement UK has launched 'The Invisible Suitcase', an animated short film to help bereaved children and families understand their grief and how to manage it. Read more
Vivienne supported her granddaughter Shaneeka after her mother died. Read more
Tracey Boseley, Child Bereavement UK's National Development Lead for the Education Sector, explains why teachers and education professionals already have the skills they need to support bereaved pupils in their school. Read more
Rugby player and Child Bereavement UK Patron Will Greenwood writes how rugby, the support of friends and creating a legacy helped after his baby son died in 2002. Read more