Some information from SiMBA about what they do and how they help families suffering the devastating lost of a baby during pregnancy or the neonatal period;
SiMBA responds to the needs of those affected by the loss of a baby
By gifting our Memory Boxes and Haydon Kennan Foundation Clay Imprint Kits to hospitals across the UK we help to create irreplaceable memories of the time families have to spend with their baby
Working with the Lola Commons fund for SiMBA we create Family Rooms in hospitals providing a homely setting encouraging precious time together.
We Install Trees of Tranquillity, life sized copper sculptures where each leaf is engraved with a message to remember a baby, giving a peaceful place to reflect
Training hospital staff to enhance the bereavement services that are available
Holding monthly drop in support groups which anyone affected by the loss of a baby can attend, each run by volunteer facilitators trained by Child Bereavement UK
Offering on-line support via our closed facebook pages – people can chat in a safe environment at any time of day
We are a local charity, founded in Bonnyrigg, now working nationally. With the help and support of fundraisers, donators and companies we can continued to grow.
If you would like more information about SiMBA please click here for their website.
Below are images of a sample Memory Box, a Tree of Tranquillity and inkless prints.