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MISCARRIAGE MUMMA SUPPORT CIC

TOGETHER ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE

 
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WHAT WE DO

Miscarriage Mumma Support CIC offers support to anyone who has lost a baby at any gestation, whether the loss is an early miscarriage, TFMR or stillborn, we believe that every baby and every parent matters. 

We offer both in person and online support to mothers and fathers of angel babies, through peer support groups and well-being workshops. Our aim is to provide a safe space for people to build a supportive community whilst getting creative and focusing on improving wellbeing. 

 
 
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UPCOMING FUNDRAISERS

We rely on the fantastic people who fundraise for us as well as the generosity of people donating, if you have a fundraising idea contact us using the button below.

SUPPORT HUB

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LOOKING AFTER YOURSELF

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WAYS TO SUPPORT SOMEONE ELSE

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DAILY AFFIRMATIONS

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YOU ARE NOT ALONE

 
Miscarriage Mumma Peer Group
04 Oct, 19:30 – 20:30
Bridge Youth Services - Cafe,
High St, Stonehouse GL10 2NA, UK
 
 

WAYS YOU CAN SUPPORT US...

Every workshop and peer group we run is FREE for those who attend so we need a little help with raising funds!

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ORGANISE A FUNDRAISER

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PLAY THE LUCKY SEVERN LOTTERY

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WHO WE ARE

My name is Sophie and I started Miscarriage Mumma in 2019 following my third miscarriage, I then went on to experience a fourth loss before welcoming our rainbow baby in 2021.

Miscarriage Mumma was initially set up as a blog site to talk about my journey, this was my form of therapy, the bonus was it opened me up to the baby loss community... which is one of the best communities, despite not wanting to be part of it!

Miscarriage Mumma evolved into Miscarriage Mumma Support in 2022 through my passion to continue raising awareness of baby loss whilst supporting others. I knew that this needed to be in a more hands on capacity for where I was in my journey, therefore we started running well-being workshops and peer groups. 

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"Grief is not a disorder, a disease or a sign of weakness. It is an emotional, physical and spiritual necessity, the price we pay for love. The only cure for grief is to grieve"