Baby Loss Awareness campaign 2006 - which charities will benefit from my donation?
All profits from the distribution of Awareness campaign ribbon pins will be split equally between:
(Antenatal Results and Choices)
registered charity no. 299770
More than 35,000 women in the UK every year will be told, as a result of antenatal screening, that there is a risk that their unborn baby may have a serious abnormality. ARC (Antenatal Results and Choices) supports parents who may be faced with difficult decisions during the pregnancy, and also provides a national helpline and a befriending service.
Contact email@example.com. Telephone 020 7631 0280
voluntary non-profit making organisation
Babyloss supports anyone affected by the death of a baby during pregnancy, at birth, or shortly afterwards. Resources are available for bereaved parents and health professionals, in addition to forums and a dedication area. Babyloss is the 'umbrella' organisation for the Baby Loss Awareness campaign.
Ectopic Pregnancy Trust
registered charity no. 1071811
Each year in Britain there are over 20,000 emergency admissions into hospitals for ectopic pregnancy and at least 5 women a year die from this condition. An ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilised egg implants outside the womb, usually in the fallopian tube. The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust provides support and information on all aspects of this life threatening condition via a national telephone help line, local support groups and its website.
Contact: www.ectopic.org Telephone 01895 238 025
registered charity no. 1076829
Around one in four confirmed pregnancies ends in miscarriage. The Miscarriage Association provides support and information on miscarriage, ectopic and molar pregnancy through a staffed helpline, a UK network of telephone contacts and support groups, and a range of information leaflets.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Telephone 01924 200795
(Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society)
registered charity no. 299679
In the UK, 16 babies a day are born dead or die during the first 28 days of life. SANDS (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society) is a UK-wide charity which provides support via a national telephone helpline, local support groups and an information service.
Contact email@example.com. Telephone 020 7436 5881