International Kindness Project

The International Kindness Project

The Kindness Project began in 1996 as a way for families to honor their deceased child and to help themselves heal. Now, years later, almost 2,000,000 (yes, two million!) Kindness Project cards have been used around the world to perform random acts of kindness in memory of a child, parent, friend, or spouse who died before their time.
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Safer Pregnancy Website

The Safer Pregnancy website has been developed by Sands the UK-based stillbirth and neonatal death charity.
Movements Matter

Movements Matter Campaign Video

  UK charity Tommys have created a Movements Matter…
Going to sleep on your back increases the risk of stillbirth

Five Hours With Raja: A Choice of Love (DVD)

This documentary is an intimate, confronting story which…

Holding on & Letting Go: Facing an Unexpected Diagnosis in Pregnancy (Book)

  This is a book about love. It contains stories…
Vicki Cully pregnancy loss etiquette

Pregnancy Loss Etiquette 101 (Online article)

What to do when someone you love loses a baby by Erica Kain. Read…

Pregnancy After Loss Support PALS (Website)

PALS Mission is to support women who are expecting again after…

Pregnancy - Your Baby's Movements and What They Mean (Brochure)

  The Australia and NZ Stillbirth Alliance (ANZSA)…