Funders & supporters
We are fortunate to have so many people who fund and support the work of the Miscarriage Association.
Many, if not most, are people who have been affected by the loss of a baby in pregnancy. They may have been helped by the Miscarriage Association and want to say thank you.
They may choose to do a fundraising challenge or event in memory of the baby or babies they have lost. They may simply believe in the work we’re doing and want to support us – and others who have been affected in the same way.
Whatever their reasons, we really appreciate every single one of them.
Fundraising challenges: Swimming, Cycling and Running
After her 6th miscarriage, Natasza did her first ever sprint triathlon for the M.A.:
I not only had to train to improve my swimming, cycling and running, I also had to get my head around wetsuits, racing belts and transitions, but it was all worth it to raise some money for a much-needed charity who have given me immeasurable advice and support over the years.
You can read other fundraising stories like Natasza’s here.
Support and services in kind received
Google The Miscarriage Association is a recipient of a Google Ad Grants award. Google’s Ad Grants programme supports registered nonprofit organisations that share Google’s philosophy of community service to help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy and the arts. Google Ad Grants is an in-kind advertising programme that awards free online advertising to nonprofits via Google Ads.
Landau Morley LLP, who provide pro bono payroll services
Northern Contrast, for donated web advice
Andy Clark, for IT and database advice
RAL Display, for donating a roller banner which we use at a range of exhibition spaces
Display Wizard, for kindly donating a banner which we use at the London Marathon.