A miscarriage care plan for all
1 in 4 babies will be lost before birth to miscarriage, devastating families. Then, after the grief and pain, comes uncertainty. Care following miscarriage is patchy and sometimes, it isn't there at all. Help us end the postcode lottery of miscarriage care, together.
We need to improve miscarriage care
We need your help to create a new Miscarriage Care Plan for all women and their families across the country. This 3 point plan will be rolled out across every hospital in the UK, so that every parent - no matter who they are or where they live - will be guaranteed good care and treatment.
Help us reach our target
Can you help us raise £100,000 to make a national Miscarriage Care Plan possible?
Let's come #TogetherForChange
Why families need the miscarriage care package
After 2 miscarriages and a difficult pregnancy, Sidra and Zeghum's daughter Qudsia was born. Miscarriage devastates families. Help Tommy's change this.
Angela and Charlie speak about their difficult journey to having twins, and why they think everyone should have access to the help and expertise they found at Tommy's National Centre for Miscarriage Research.
Nichola drove 6 hours to Tommy's centre in Coventry after 6 miscarriages - but not everyone can make this journey, and neither should they have to.
Help us improve miscarriage support for every family
We need your help to raise £100k to create a new Miscarriage Care Plan for all women and their families across the country. This 3-point plan will be rolled out across every hospital in the UK, so that every parent - no matter who they are or where they live - will be guaranteed good care and treatment.
1. RESEARCH - we will hire an expert to set up test sites in hospitals across the UK, to prove what is 'good' miscarriage care.
2. ROLL OUT - we'll work with the NHS to roll out this Plan across the UK, so that every parent can have access to the same standard of care.
3. EMPOWER - it can be really hard to talk about miscarriage, especially if the experience is raw and you are talking to people who haven't personally been through it. We will launch a Patient's Guide so that every parent know what they can ask for, and how to ask for it.