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find more support through other organisations

If you’re looking for more support or wanting to find a community, we encourage you to find out more about the following organisations that provide additional resources, support, and keepsakes

SANDS | Red Nose Australia

SANDS is a volunteer-based organisation providing individualised care from one bereaved parent to another, giving them support and hope for the future, following the death of a baby.

Services Include: 24/7 Bereavement Support Line, Online Support services, Dad’s Support Resources, Heart strings Membership Program, Footprints Volunteer Program, Walk To Remember Memorial Event

The Pink Elephants Support Network

Provides information and support for women through miscarriage, pregnancy loss and beyond.

The group supports women through their grief, nurtures them as they heal and empower them as they move into the future. There are a number of resources available in their website including useful information about miscarriage stages, support brochures and downloadable resources.

The Glimmer Project

Glimmer exists to support women and their families who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, TFMR, or neonatal loss.

The Glimmer Project consists of The Glimmer 3 Week Program and The Glimmer Podcast. Find out more at or follow online @glimmer_project to stay up-to-date with podcast releases.

Memories of an Angel

Memories of an Angel is a social enterprise that raises awareness for Pregnancy & Infant loss through the distribution of keepsakes to bereaved families across Australia.

Their mission is to increase awareness about Pregnancy & Infant Loss

My Missing Peace

My Missing Peace is about the journey of love and healing after loss. They want to help you start your healing process through their art work honouring your angels. 

They hope to help bring peace and healing to your hearts

a little help from Jack

‘a little help from Jack’ was created by Emily Judd and Nick Waldron in memory of their son Jack Robert Waldron who was born still at 38.6 weeks on the 5th of October 2021. It is a practical resource companion for pregnancy and baby loss.

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The Pink Elephants Support Network

This organisation and its community is what led our founder to find comfort and compassion through shared stories online. The Pink Elephants Support Network is currently the only registered charity in Australia that provides specifically Early Pregnancy Loss Support and resources.

Click on the links below to find more resources and support from The Pink Elephants Support Network

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