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Ask your MP to speak up in Parliament to improve care and save lives

Please email your MP and ask them to sign up to the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Baby Loss. Having more MPs engaged and involved is important in making sure issues around pregnancy loss and the death of a baby are raised in Parliament. 

Let's aim to send 1,000 emails to MPs about the APPG!

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806 emails have been sent about the APPG – can you help us get another 194?

Contact your MP

You can use this form to put together an email to your MP to raise an issue with them. Please add your details so we can find your local MP. 

You may want to ask them to write to the Government about care in your local area, invite them to a local event, or even ask if they will meet you to discuss your concerns.

Ask your MP to take action to reduce baby deaths

432 fewer babies would have died in 2019 if stillbirth and neonatal death rates for Black and Asian babies had been the same as for White babies, Sands has estimated.  

This year for Baby Loss Awareness Week, we’re asking MPs to write to the Minister, Maria Caulfield MP, calling on her department to fund an urgent enquiry into the deaths of Asian babies. 

Help us send 1,000 emails to get as many MPs as possible to write to the Minister.

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929 of 1,000 emails have been sent. Will you help us send another 71?

Ask your MP to attend the 20 July debate on baby loss

On Tuesday 20 July, MPs will come together to debate what action is needed to meet the Government’s National Ambition to halve the number of babies dying in England by 2025.

The Pregnancy and Baby Charities Network will be taking this opportunity to highlight what needs to be done to make this the safest place in the world to have a baby.

Thanks for your support!

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We’ve got 1,000 emails, thank you!

Always There - Help us improve maternity care for those pregnant after loss in Northern Ireland

All women pregnant again following the death of a baby should be offered the same maternity team to care for them and their baby, throughout pregnancy, birth and afterwards.

Known as ‘Continuity of Carer’, this model of care helps save lives and create emotional and psychological safety for mothers and partners.

We have to send 500 emails to win this campaign.

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231 of 500 emails have been sent. Will you help us send another 269?

Always There - Help us improve maternity care for those pregnant after loss in Wales

All women pregnant again following the death of a baby should be offered the same maternity team to care for them and their baby, throughout pregnancy, birth and afterwards.

Known as ‘Continuity of Carer’, this model of care helps save lives and create emotional and psychological safety for mothers and partners.

We have to send 500 emails to win this campaign.

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198 of 500 emails have been sent. Will you help us send another 302?

Always There - Help us improve maternity care for those pregnant after loss in Scotland

All women pregnant again following the death of a baby should be offered the same maternity team to care for them and their baby, through pregnancy, birth and afterwards.

Known as ‘Continuity of Carer’, this model of care helps save lives and create emotional and psychological safety for mothers and partners.

We have to send 500 emails to win this campaign.

43.80%

219 of 500 emails have been sent. Will you help us send another 281?

Always There - Help us improve maternity care for those pregnant after loss in England

All women pregnant again following the death of a baby should be offered the same maternity team to care for them and their baby, throughout pregnancy, birth and afterwards.

Known as ‘Continuity of Carer’, this model of care helps save lives and create emotional and psychological safety for mothers and partners.

We need to send 2,000 emails to win this campaign.

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1,608 of 2,000 emails have been sent. Will you help us send another 392?

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