Registered Charity Number 1060508 and SC039280
Tommy’s believe that every family should be able to have a safe and happy pregnancy and the chance to take home a much-loved little one. But, 1 in 4 parents lose a baby during pregnancy or birth. They believe that every baby lost is one too many.
That’s why Tommy’s funds pioneering medical research to discover the causes of pregnancy complications and baby loss, and helps women at every stage of their pregnancy journeys, supporting them and their families with expert information and care.
Tommy’s believe it is unacceptable that 1 in 4 parents lose a baby during pregnancy and birth. They want to change this, by making the UK the safest place in the world to give birth and halving the number of babies lost by 2030. Tommy’s is working to stop the heartbreak and devastation of baby loss and make pregnancy and birth safer - for everyone.
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More about Tommy's
Tommy's funds and conducts pioneering research into the causes of stillbirth, preterm birth and miscarriage to prevent baby loss and premature birth. Tommy’s research also focuses on finding new treatments for pregnancy complications to inform clinical guidelines and best practice.
Tommy's PregnancyHub provides expert, evidence-based pregnancy information to support women and families throughout their pregnancy journey. Their information resources, digital tools, midwife-led support line and online communities cover all aspects of pregnancy from pre-conception and safer pregnancy, through to wellbeing and support for families who are pregnant after loss.
"Tommy’s emotional support has been phenomenal and, even when they discharged me, they made it clear they were still there for us. If it was not for Tommy’s, Asher wouldn’t be here. They gave us hope and the strength to keep going when we felt we could not, and I can’t thank them enough" - Navpreet and Aidan, who, after recurrent miscarriage, gave birth to a healthy baby boy, Asher under the care of the Tommy's clinic in Birmingham.