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RMB completes 1800 sessions by January 31st 2018

You may remember that as 2017 drew to a close, RMB was called to provide our 1,700th Remembrance Photography Session.

Only one month later, our busiest month to date, we reached a total of 1,800 by the end of January 2018.

The demand is increasing as more families are made aware of what we do – to meet that demand, and to help spread the workload amongst more volunteers, photographers are invited to apply. Please tag a photographer you know who would like to be part of something truly amazing.

We are so very grateful for Volunteers willing to go out of their way for a family in need, and for their own families supporting their willingness to do so.

Do something amazing for someone who can never repay you.

Please click here to find out more.

#remembrance #photography #volunteers #stillbirth #babyloss

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Please follow us on Facebook

Over the coming weeks, Facebook will be introducing changes to the news feed that may reduce the number of posts you see from Remember My Baby.

If you’re a follower of our page and would like to continue seeing our posts, please visit our Facebook page and click on the ‘Following’ drop-down, then select ‘See First’.

You can follow our Facebook page by clicking HERE.

Thank you.

#remembrance #photography #stillbirth #raisingawareness #breakthetaboo #babyloss #volunteers

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Fifty sessions in 21 days

Almost 50 #remembrance #photography sessions have taken place in the first 21 days of January.

Our hearts break for 50 families.

If ever there was a time to step up to the plate and #volunteer now is the time.

Training, resources, support and a very warm welcome await you.  So please click HERE to apply to join us as a volunteer photographer.

Come and be part of something amazing.

“A volunteer freely offers to undertake a task for no reward, and often for someone who can never repay them.”

#remembrance #photography #babyloss #stillbirth #volunteer #makingadifference

 

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Baby loss is a taboo subject

When you suddenly find yourself a member of this club that nobody wants or expects to join, you realise that the membership is actually huge, and constantly growing, but why is is not talked about?

Many of us work hard to break the taboo, to break the silence, we talk about our babies, we #saytheirname, and Heather Jane Coombs writes about a novel but obvious suggestion, obvious when you think about it. Normalise it, talk about it, acknowledge that it happens, it actually happens, and we can be better supported and feel less afraid and less alone if we can all be open and speak about our losses without fear.

Please click HERE   to read more about….Why We Should Teach School Aged Children About Baby Loss

#remembrance #photography #babyloss #stillbirth #saytheirname #breakthetaboo #breakthesilence

 

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“With love and pride etched on her face”

Maria Kirk has spoken about her experience of baby loss in the hope that it might save another family from suffering the same heartbreak. Since Sophie’s passing, Maria has set up a successful support group called Sophie’s Angels, which helps other bereaved parents and relatives. She is also campaigning to reduce the number of stillbirths in Britain.

RMB’s Volunteer Photographer Adrian Clarke met Maria and Sophie to capture precious and beautiful images, some of which are featured in the article.

Please click HERE to read more, including links to Sophie’s Angels, a petition, and to the online application to become a Volunteer Photographer for RMB.

 

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