Fundraising at home

Most of us are having to stay at home at the moment but that doesn't mean you can't raise funds. Here are a few fun ideas for fundraising without leaving the house. Read more

Short guidance films

With the impact of coronavirus widely reported, bereaved families may feel added anxiety. Our films provide information on supporting children and looking after yourself. Read more

Coronavirus (COVID-19) information

In light of the covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, please find below the latest information and guidance with regard to our services and events. Read more

Join the Big Bake this March

Get involved in the Big Bake this March to help raise funds for Child Bereavement UK. Read more

Join the Big Bake

Whether you like baking cakes, eating cakes, buying cakes, or just doing something in support of charity, you can help raise funds for Child Bereavement UK by getting involved in the Big Bake. Read more

Join us on a snowdrop walk

Plant snowdrops in memory of someone important to you and support the work of Child Bereavement UK Read more

Managing Christmas

When you’re bereaved, this can be a particularly tough time of year. Click here for tips from bereaved families on managing Christmas and special occasions. Read more

Air Ambulance Training Partnership

The Duke of Cambridge supports our bereavement training in partnership with London's Air Ambulance Charity. Read more

Accreditations and Awards

Our accreditations and awards Read more

Children's Grief Awareness Week

Children's Grief Awareness Week 2019 (15-21 November) is a chance to come together to show support for bereaved children across the UK. Organisations will be showing solidarity with grieving children, young people and their families in their community; raising awareness of their needs and how to help; and fundraising for their service Read more

Baby Loss Awareness Week

Baby Loss Awareness Week takes place from 9 to 15 October every year. It’s an opportunity for parents, their families and friends to acknowledge and remember their precious babies who have died. It is is led by Sands in collaboration with over 60 charities in the UK. Read more

Research reports

This research was commissioned by Child Bereavement UK (CBUK) and funded by the True Colours Trust and carried out by External Research Consultant Joy O’Neill, and Dr. Katie Koehler and Dr. Ann Rowland from Child Bereavement UK. Read more

Supporting a bereaved pupil

This comprehensive, free-to-access resource , Supporting a bereaved pupil has been developed by Child Bereavement UK in collaboration with the London Grid for Learning. Read more

What we provide for the education sector

Education providers have an opportunity to support children and young people in their grief; however, many teachers and education professionals are unsure of how to do that. Child Bereavement UK’s mission is to ensure the accessibility of high-quality child bereavement support and information for families and professionals. Read more

How we grieve and what may help

Understanding how you and others around you are grieving may help in finding ways to manage grief alongside managing daily life. Read more

Watch our short guidance films

A series of short guidance films from Child Bereavement UK Read more

Celebrating 25 years

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

People's One More Minutes

Please share your #OneMoreMinute. It could be a video of yourself, a picture of the person you are remembering, or just a few words - everyone's experience of grief is unique to them. Please join the conversation and together let's get more people talking about bereavement. Read more

Resources for bereavement by sudden death

A list of books and resources for children and families affected by a sudden or unexpected death, including accidents, suicide and homicide. Read more

Charity Film of the Year

#OneMoreMinute scoops grand prix trophy at Charity Film Awards out of 400 good causes that entered the competition. Read more

Further/Higher Education

Information for tutors, lecturers and those working in student welfare at higher education institutes, further education colleges and university. How to support bereaved students. Read more

Resources for children and young people

This list includes books and resources for bereaved children and young people, including those with special educational or additional needs. Read more

Resources for adults supporting bereaved children and young people

A list of books and resources for adults supporting bereaved children and families, including those with special educational and additional needs. Read more