Tommy’s has designed a special e-card which you can send to family, friends and contacts as an eco-friendly way of spreading some festive cheer. All you need to do is make a suggested minimum donation of £5 to our Big Give Christmas Challenge, then download your e-card which you can attach to an email and send to your contacts.
This year Tommy’s Big Give Christmas Challenge will be supporting our work to transform miscarriage care across the UK.
Currently, miscarriage services vary greatly in quality and accessibility across the UK. This has a devastating effect on families, made worse by the fact that women have to miscarry 3 times before they are eligible for further investigations and support. We think this is unacceptable.
With the money raised from this year’s Big Give, Tommy’s will develop a miscarriage care package to ensure consistently high-quality care is available for women and their families, regardless of where they live or who they are seen by.
By giving a minimum donation of £5 and downloading and sending our Tommy’s Christmas e-card, you’ll be helping us to improve miscarriage care across the UK and help thousands of women and their families.
What’s more, the Big Give will double your donation to Tommy's until midday Tuesday 10 December! Come #TogetherForChange and help us transform miscarriage care in the UK, forever.
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