The individual awards
Tommy’s understands the heartache that can accompany the loss of a baby, as well as the incredible support provided to those suffering from pregnancy complications. As such, we set out to recognise family members, friends, midwives and those that are directly affected by pregnancy problems, who go that extra mile with some very special individual awards on the day.
The Tommy’s individual awards are very special accolades, awarded to some extraordinary people.
Read some of the inspirational stories from the 2012 Awards.
Nominations are now closed for the 2013 awards ceremony - we will be contacting our winners by mid December and we will be celebrating these amazing people in March 2013 at the beautiful Landmark Hotel, London.
This award celebrates a couple or individual who has had a difficult road to parenthood but has made it through one of the most heart-breaking times in their lives with outstanding courage.
This award recognises those born prematurely and how they have triumphed against the odds.
This award celebrates the most precious first hug given to a little one born too soon.
This award gives parents the chance to thank those neonatal miracle workers who fought to give their baby every chance after a difficult start in life.
This award exists to thank a partner, relative, or friend who has gone above and beyond to support you through a pregnancy complication or loss, and proved to be a real ‘angel’.
This award recognises a midwife who has provided exceptional care to pregnant women by developing and/or implementing an initiative to promote the best health choices during pregnancy.
We are calling on midwives to nominate themselves or their colleagues by telling Tommy’s about their impact on the health and wellbeing of mums, mums-to-be and their babies. Or, you can tell us why your midwife deserves such a commendable award by telling us your story at firstname.lastname@example.org
This award recognises a brother or sister of a little one born too soon - and celebrates the outstanding courage and support they have shown during a difficult time for all the family.