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Our work is funded with donations. Without your gifts we will not be able to fund research into the causes and prevention of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth. Support Tommy's and help us find out why things go wrong in pregnancy.

I would like to make a single donation of

  • £7

    £ 7 could buy 100 test tubes in a Tommy's laboratory and help a scientist trying to find out why some mums go into labour early.

    Donate 7
  • £23

    £ 23 could help pay for a mum at risk of miscarriage to receive intensive support from the midwives on the Tommy's PregnancyLine.

    Donate 23
  • £32

    £ 32 could help fund our placenta research clinic. Failure of the placenta has been found to be a major cause of mums losing babies.

    Donate 32
  • £5

    £ 5 a month would pay for 8 mums-to-be to have a small cervical stitch to help prevent their babies being born too soon.

    Donate 5
  • £20

    £ 20 a month would help pay for a PhD research student working on prematurity

    Donate 20
  • £50

    £ 50 a month would help fund a Tommy's research midwife in one of Tommy's high risk antenatal clinics for a year.

    Donate 50

Other ways to give

Read more about what we do

  • Three pregnant women sitting in a row

    Research into health and wellbeing in pregnancy

    In addition to our core work on miscarriage, stillbirth, preterm birth and pre-eclampsia, Tommy’s also funds projects that research the effects of lifestyle and well-being on pregnancy and on the later life of the child.

  • Team of researchers

    Research into stillbirth

    When a baby dies after 24 weeks of gestation it is called a stillbirth. Incredibly, over 3,500 babies are stillborn every year in the UK and many of these deaths remain unexplained. Tommy’s research is dedicated to improving these shocking statistics.

  • Nurse monitoring premature baby in hospital

    Research into premature birth

    Around 60,000 babies are born prematurely each year in the UK and many suffer lifelong consequences as a result. Preterm birth is the leading cause of neonatal death in the UK.