ABOUT US

Supporting Parents and Families after a Stillbirth or Neonatal Death

The Lily Mae Foundation supports Parents and Families who have tragically and traumatically lost a baby to Stillbirth or to Neonatal Death. Despite its frequency, there is very little public perception of the devastating impact of Stillbirth and Neonatal Death on Parents and their Families.

The Funds that we raise help us to Provide:

  • Memory Boxes to Bereaved Parents and Memory Making Kits to Grandparents
  • Counselling Support for Parents, Siblings and Family Members.
  • Information to Parents, Families and to Health Care and Medical Professionals.
  • Training and Support for Midwives, Student Midwives and Neonatal Nurses.
  • Research into the Prevention of Stillbirth and Neonatal Death.

HOW CAN YOU HELP US ?

Helping us to Support Bereaved Parents and Families you can

OUR MOST RECENT EVENT

£17,000 raised to support Bereaved Parents and their Families

On Friday 21st April 2017, The Lily Mae Foundation hosted their eighth Annual Charity Golf Day and Evening Dinner Dance in association with Guy Salmon Land Rover, Coventry at the Belfry Hotel and Resort, in memory of Lily Mae Jackson, Stillborn in 2010.

This prestigious fundraising event has grown in size and popularity since its inception in 2010. Each year teams of golfers gather together to raise money for the Charity, they are joined by evening guests for a three course Dinner and Dance, with a special tribute to those Angel Babies gone too soon from our lives. Tim Stimpson, former England and British Lions Rugby Union International compered the evening where Britain’s Got Talent 2015 Finalists ‘The Neales’ entertained the guests.

Thirty four teams of golfers; 136 individuals, battled to win the prestigious Golf competition, held on The Brabazon course for the first time. Ady Wheatcroft from The Aspiration Group and Steph McEvoy from SK Golf Events challenged the golfers to ‘Beat the Pro’ with prizes donated by Priority Freight and a 4 ball for Gleneagles donated by Ady. A total of 28 players secured the bragging rights over the Pros.  The team competition was won by a team from Joseph Ash Galvanizing. The winning Individual Golfer was Trevor McCormack from the team Ireland Calls.

CURRENT CAUSE

HELP US PROVIDE 50 PARENTS WITH A MEMORY BOX!

Pledge and Donate towards a Memory Box for Bereaved Parents following a Stillbirth or Neonatal Death. A Memory box costs £76.

The Hospitals that we currently provide Memory Boxes to are Warwick Hospital, UHCW (University Hospital Coventry & Warwickshire), Heartlands Hospital, Good Hope Hospital, City Hospital, Birmingham Women’s Hospital, New Cross Hospital (Wolverhampton) Princess Royal Shropshire and the Royal Belfast and Daisy Hill Hospitals in Northern Ireland.

Items in our Memory Boxes include:

Clay Kit to take Hand & Footprints
Mini Perspex box / Mini Footprint box
2 x Teddy Bears
Candle
Memory Card to keep photos
Inkless Print Kit for Hand and Footprints
Jewellery Voucher (The Lily Mae Foundation will pay the first £40)
Angel Charm
Story Book

WE NEED YOUR HELP, YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

UPCOMING EVENTS

You can help us to Support Bereaved Parents and Families

WE ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Testimonials