Chloe was just 22 years old when she died. Her mum Karen was distraught. Twelve years earlier she had to tell her children that their dad had died suddenly. She thought that was the worst time of her life. She never imagined there was worse to come until she had to tell her son that his sister had died too. Read Chloe's Story here
Every week three local families face their biggest fear and their child dies. Sadly we can currently only afford to help one. A regular donation of just £3 a month can ensure that we're here for every family so no one suffers the death of a child alone. Set up a regular gift here
Hope House & Ty Gobaith cannot stop children dying, but together we can stop families suffering alone.
Find out how you can support someone suffering the death of a child here
We offer a range of services including respite and end-of-life care at our two hospices and/or within the family home, and support such as counselling and advocacy. Bereavement support is offered to all children, young people and family members for as long as is needed.
Your help is vital so that we can provide the care and support that our children, young people and families so desperately need. We must raise over £6.3 million every year to maintain our services and receive just one month's funding from statutory bodies.