Child Bereavement UK supports families and educates professionals both when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, and when a child is facing bereavement.

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Training delivered by skilled facilitators, combining subject knowledge with extensive experience of working in their particular field of bereavement.



Help bereaved families rebuild their lives

When a child grieves or when a child dies, lives are shattered. Please give £8 to support our work for one minute.


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Celebrating 25 years

Our Royal Patron, HRH The Duke of Cambridge, speaking at our special anniversary gala at Kensington Palace.


Author: Harriet Hieatt-Smith

Rebuilding lives together

We provided face-to-face support for more than 3,000 children, young people and adults last year

We have trained more than 100,000 professionals since the charity began in 1994

Demand for our services continues to grow. Watch our short animated Impact 2017-18 film.

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News & Events

  • Magical Christmas concert in aid of bereaved children

    A magical Christmas Celebration Concert will take place at Holy Trinity Brompton, London on Thursday 12 December. The concert, in aid of Child Bereavement UK, includes readings and talks from the best of British TV and stage, including the charity’s Patrons Alan Titchmarsh and actor Jason Watkins, as well as British adventurer Bear Grylls, author Helen Fielding, and culinary ace and Great British Bake Off host, Prue Leith. There will be a musical performance by award-winning classical guitari Read more

  • Glasgow service wins GO Excellence in Public Procurement award

    Child Bereavement UK was announced as the winner in the Best Service – Micro and Small Business and Third Sector Organisations category at the Government Opportunities (GO) Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2019/20 Scotland. The awards celebrate achievements in teamwork, social value, market development and more Read more

  • ‘90% of teachers receive no bereavement training despite one bereaved child in every average class’ - new research

    A survey commissioned by Child Bereavement UK has revealed that only 10% of teachers have received bereavement training during Initial Teacher Training or subsequent professional development. Read more

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