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Holly Willoughby, Peter Andre and Mason Mount back ‘Christmas Together’ appeal

Date Posted
16 November, 2020

Christmas will be tough for everyone this year, but it’s especially hard for vulnerable and isolated families caring for children with incurable and life-limiting conditions, who don’t know how many Christmas’s they have left with their child. With the support...

Singer Kiki Deville releases new single supporting our work

Date Posted
24 November, 2020

Singer Kiki Deville has released a new charity single to raise money in memory of her baby son Dexter. Kiki is patron of Derian House Children’s Hospice, where her son Dexter was cared for during his short life. Kiki wants...

Growing number of parents suffering heart-breaking loss of a baby

Date Posted
13 October, 2020
Author
Lizzie Chambers

Baby Loss Awareness Week is a poignant reminder of the many parents whose lives have been changed forever by the loss of a baby. Their grief and pain often hidden behind closed doors, dreams and hopes for their child’s future...

#GiveMeABreak

Date Posted
7 October, 2020

Together for Short Lives and Julia's House Children's Hospice has launched new research that shows respite reduces stress and leads to fewer visits to the family doctor for parents of terminally ill children, and call on ministers to give families...

Hobbycraft superstars raise £1.5 Million for Together for Short Lives

Date Posted
8 September, 2020

Our longstanding charity partner, Hobbycraft, has reached an incredible fundraising milestone of £1.5 million for Together for Short Lives. Hobbycraft has worked with Together for Short Lives for eight years and its dedicated store teams, head office staff and generous...

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