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We campaign to raise awareness of baby loss, help grieving families feel less alone, and share the latest research-led information and advice with parents-to-be so they can have the healthiest pregnancy possible.
Our vision is to stop the heartbreak and devastation of baby loss and make pregnancy and birth safe – for everyone. Our award-winning campaign work is an important part of this, and spans every one of our goals as an organisation: to grow evidence, improve care, tackle inequities and mobilise for change. Here, you can find out more about our current and past campaigns.
After my loss, I took great comfort in everything that Tommy's does and stands for and was particularly moved by their We See A Mum campaign. I found Mother's Day this year very bitter sweet being pregnant with my rainbow baby but also grieving the loss of my first baby that should've made me a mum.
New Sands and Tommy’s report calls for better board oversight of NHS maternity services
NHS Trusts should review the way they monitor the quality of their maternity services, according to a new report from the Sands and Tommy’s Joint Policy Unit.
Sadly, some babies are lost during pregnancy, birth, or shortly afterwards. We have information for anyone who has experienced the loss of a baby, whether through miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death, or termination for medical reasons. Tommy's specialist midwives also offer support via email, phone or online.