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We help children and young people, parents, and families, to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. Read more
Watch our short guidance film, which suggests ways to explain to a child that someone has died.
Volunteer with Child Bereavement UK at Let’s Rock retro festival this summer and enjoy the event for free.
Our Patron, chef Antony Worrall Thompson, is encouraging everyone to host a BIG BBQ for Child Bereavement UK this summer
Virtual training - 14 September Read more
Virtual training - 13 Sep, 5 Oct Read more
The Lang Lang International Music Foundation (LLIMF) announces a new collaboration with Child Bereavement UK to bring music to bereaved children and young people. Read more
The UK Trauma Council (UKTC) and three child bereavement charities appeal for more awareness of traumatic bereavement, particularly in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. Read more
Sue Clachers, one of Child Bereavement UK's Bereavement Support Practitioners. writes about ways in which friends and family can support parents when a baby has died. Read more
Joey Essex talks about how he felt when his mother died by suicide when he was aged ten, and how support from Child Bereavement UK has helped young people also bereaved by suicide. Read more
Alex, aged 21, writes about how she struggled with her feeling after her Dad died after a long illness. Read more