Iceland Trek

Fundraise while exploring the stunning scenery of southern Iceland, surrounded by lakes and mountains - you may even see the amazing Northern Lights! Read more

Payroll giving

Payroll giving is an easy way to donate to Child Bereavement UK. Read more

When your baby dies (Test Page)

When a baby lives only a short time or dies before birth due to miscarriage, stillbirth or a painful decision to end the pregnancy, people may assume that the loss is not important. This is simply not the case. Read more

Others' experiences

Some bereaved families find it helpful to read about other peoples’ experiences and how the support they have received has helped them. Read more

When your relationship with someone who has died was difficult

Coping with bereavement when your relationship with someone who has died was difficult. Read more

Some festive fundraising ideas for Winter Woolly Wednesday

If wearing your woollies just isn’t enough and you’re keen to do more for Child Bereavement UK, have a look at our fundraising ideas. Read more

Out-of-hours support

Child Bereavement UK operates between 9am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday and we are unable to respond to calls, Live Chat or emails outside these hours. The following organisations can offer support outside of our working hours. Read more

For adults bereaved as children

How being bereaved as a child can affect your life as an adult and where you can find support. Read more

When a child doesn't remember someone who has died

When others in the family can remember a relative who has died but they cannot, children may need support to help them make a connection and avoid feeling excluded and confused. Read more

Super Searchers pack

Download your Super Searchers Scavenger Hunt pack and have fund raising funds for Child Bereavement UK Read more

Terms and Conditions for The Big BBQ Raffle

Terms and conditions for Child Bereavement UK’s The Big BBQ raffle 2021. Read more

Volunteers' Week

Find out more about current opportunities to join Child Bereavement UK's friendly team of enthusiastic volunteers. Read more

BIG BBQ fundraising ideas

Thank you for choosing to take part in The Big BBQ. The money you raise will make a huge difference, helping us to support families whose lives have been turned upside down by the devastation of bereavement. Read more

Top Tips for the perfect BIG BBQ

Follow Antony Worrall Thompson’s Top Tips to ensure your BIG BBQ goes without a hitch. Read more


Our Patron, chef Antony Worrall Thompson, is encouraging everyone to host a BIG BBQ for Child Bereavement UK this summer. Read more

When your baby or child died many years ago

If your baby or child died a long time ago, it is not too late to get support from Child Bereavement UK. Read more

Being a kinship carer to a bereaved child

A kinship carer is a close relative who looks after a child because their parent is not able to or has died. Read more

Puddle Jumping

Watch our new animation which helps adults understand how grieving children ‘puddle jump’, moving in and out of their grief. Read more

My 'Happy Bag' by Chloe

Chloe aged 11 writes about how all the items in her 'Happy Bag' help to support her when she feels sad about the death of her baby brother Ethan. Read more

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Stepparenting where a biological parent has died

Supporting stepchildren when a biological parent has died can be difficult. It’s impossible for a stepparent to fill the void that is left; however it is possible to create a family structure that supports, includes and welcomes everyone. Read more

Let’s Rock & Pennfest

Volunteer with Child Bereavement UK at Let’s Rock retro festival this summer and enjoy the event for free. Read more

Yale School of Medicine

Child Bereavement UK is pleased to be working with the Yale Child Study Center, at the Yale School of Medicine in the United States, on a programme of bereavement awareness training for professionals who work with bereaved families, as well as train-the-trainer sessions to support the implementation of each course. Read more

Battle of the Bakes with Mary Berry 2021 Q&A

Read the Q&As for the Battle of the Bakes with Mary Berry. Read more

When your partner dies: Supporting your children

There can be nothing more painful for a child than the death of their mum or dad. Being the only parent to your child and supporting them may be daunting. Read more

For doctors: Managing your wellbeing

Healthcare professionals face significant pressures on a daily basis, but these have been overlaid with additional challenges due to Covid-19.  The pandemic has meant that doctors have been immersed in suffering, loss and grief on an unprecedented scale, whilst working under extreme pressures. Read more

Support our work in other ways

Find out how else you can support Child Bereavement UK's work. Read more

What are bereavement and grief?

When a person is bereaved it means a loved one, or someone important to them, has died. Grieving is feelings lots of different emotions about the death. Read more

Training for doctors

Child Bereavement UK has partnered with the BMA to develop and deliver a series of monthly webinars for doctors. Read more

Bereavement awareness training for teachers and education professionals in Greater Manchester

Child Bereavement UK is currently funded to offer free bereavement awareness training webinars for teachers and other education professionals in Greater Manchester. Read more

Coronavirus resources for young people

Here is some information and a short film about what might help you during Coronavirus, that we have provided for BBC Bitesize and BBC Newsround. Read more

Returning to school - A different normal

How schools and other education settings can support pupils and staff. Read more

Inspiration from our fundraisers

Read our fundraisers' stories and find inspiration for how you can get involved in supporting our work. Read more

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