This Sunday, 5 May, is International Day of the Midwife, a day in which we shine the spotlight on some of the special individuals who make up the fabric of Tommy's.
Today we highlight our support for the worldwide initiative to raise awareness of pre-eclampsia and its global impact on the lives of mothers, babies and families.
Today marks the start of the first Neonatal Mental Health Awareness Week, raising awareness and understanding of the challenges faced by families when they have a baby in neonatal intensive care.
New specialist mental health services have been rolled out across the country, following a pledge made by health officials in May 2018.
New research funded by Tommy's and carried out by King's College London looked at what women think about how mental health and wellbeing is dealt with during antenatal appointments.
New research has led to NHS offering pregnant women a new blood test to check severe risk of pre-eclampsia.
The One Show host, Alex Jones, has revealed that she was on camera just one hour after having a miscarriage.
Joseph Cassidy was one of five runners supporting Amanda Holden’s appeal Theo’s Hope at the London Landmarks Half Marathon on Sunday March 24.
The Government is seeking views from bereaved families on plans for coroners to investigate stillbirths.
If you are facing Mother's Day without your baby, or celebrating with your family, remember, no matter what your journey #WeAreAllMums.