This is a very limited list and we are constantly looking for more charities to add to the list, especially adult-related child loss. If you can recommend any charities or know people who would like to be involved then please do contact us.

Scottish organisations

Brightest Star
This charity is here to help and raise more support for bereaved families in Scotland.
First Aid Training, Memory Boxes, Teddy Bears for funeral parlours/ mortuaries, Ambulance Transfer fund raising.
Local Support Groups

Calum’s Cabin
Calums Cabin is a holiday retreat on the Isle of Bute for children suffering from cancer to come with their families, to spend quality time together and make irreplaceable memories.

Children’s Hospices Across Scotland offer a full family support service for babies, children and young people with life-shortening conditions. This includes palliative care, family respite and support – through our hospices, homecare services and hospital presence.
One to one support, Group Support, Counselling, Support in Local Community, Spiritual Care, Newsletters, Birthday/Anniversary Cards

Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland
This charity helps all who are dealing with a bereavement.
National Helpline, Face to Face Support, Online Support, Online Resources and Leaflets.
Local Support Groups

This charity works with families who have had a traumatic loss i.e. murder or suicide
Support Centre, Face to Face Support, Telephone Support, Media Support, Online Resources.
They are also able to liaise with Procurators Fiscal on your behalf.

Sands Scotland
This charity’s main focus is with still birth and neonatal deaths.
Bereavement Support line for Parents, Families, Carers, Health Professionals, Befrienders, Online Forums, resources both online and print.
Local Support Groups

Scottish Cot Death Trust
This charity support Cot Death but also all Sudden Unexpected Deaths In Infancy through out Scotland.
Personal Support, Next Infant Support, Family Support, Family Days, Training and much more.

This charity have a Memory Box programme, refurbish Family Rooms in hospitals and provide vital equipment for them, provide training for health care professionals. They also have Trees of Tranquillity, where each leaf on the tree is engraved in memory of a baby who has died.
Local Support Groups and Online Support