As a small charity, we can't save babies' lives without your help. Join the fight against stillbirth today. Read more
As a small charity, we can't save babies' lives without your help. Join the fight against stillbirth today.
Pregnancy after losing a baby is terrifying. Our Rainbow Project gives families care bundles, providing much-needed support. Every contribution, however big or small, is incredibly valuable to the project.
We would like to honour the babies that inspire donations to Kicks Count, the very donations that fund the literature we produce and work that we do. Our supporters can now sponsor these little-life-saving literature deliveries by dedicating their donation specifically to the memory of a baby.
Introducing the lotto that saves babies' lives! For just £1, will you be the winner of this month's cash prize?
To honour your baby during Baby Loss Awareness Week, order a personalised remembrance image. Every penny raised supports our work preventing stillbirth.
Want to join me in supporting a good cause? I'm raising money for Kicks Count and your contribution will make an impact, however much you give. Donating is easy, quick and secure.
Want to join us in supporting a good cause? We're raising money for Kicks Count and your contribution will make an impact, however much you give. Donating is easy, quick and secure.
A cause close to my heart for various reasons - Please give what you can xx
I’m raising money for Kicks Count because, sadly, stillbirth isn’t rare. The UK has the 3rd highest stillbirth rate in the developed world and I'm supporting Kicks Count to change this.
We hope the money we raise from our little challenge helps to encourage expectant mothers to 'count the kicks' and address common misconceptions during pregnancy. Madison will be scooting 5km over 5 weeks during the summer holidays doing 1km at a time.
I have pledged to walk 31 miles across the month of October to raise money for Kicks Count. October is baby loss awareness month and most of you know we sadly lost our first little boy Elliott last year.
Knowing what it feels like to lose a child/children this charity has always been close to my heart 🌈