Louise Clarke

Ribbon Run

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I’m taking part in Sands Ribbon Run

I’m taking part in Sands Ribbon Run this Baby Loss Awareness Week 9-15 October.

Support me as I take on 5, 10 or 15km in support of Sands, helping them to continue to build a world where more babies survive and more families receive the happy ending they deserve.

Ribbon Run is a sponsored run, walk or jog where thousands of people come together to remember their babies and raise funds for Sands. It’s free to sign up and it’s up to you how you take part. You can run it, walk it, push it, or jog it; alone or with friends and family.

By sponsoring me, you are helping Sands break the silence around baby loss and to continue to save babies’ lives.

£3 - could provide a Sands birth certificate for a baby whose birth cannot be registered through a register office.

£10 - could provide a bereaved family with a support pack and resources when they need it the most

£10 - could provide a hand and footprint kit to help create memories

£20 - could provide a bereaved family with a memory box to help create and keep safe precious and lasting memories of their baby

£35 - could answer a call from someone reaching out for support who has been through pregnancy loss or the death of a baby.

£100 - could help ensure every hospital in the UK has a dedicated Sands volunteer to help healthcare professionals access our training, guidance and support.

My Achievements

Fundraising page

Updated Profile Pic

Added a Blog Post

Received 5 Donations

Raised £100

Raised £150

Reached Goal

Increased Target

My Updates

Our Story

Saturday 6th Jul
So after approaching the 5th year of our relationship, we agreed it was time to start trying for a baby. Very quickly, it happened. But just as quick, it was taken away. On the 16th February 2024 I started to bleed. And by the 18th February. I felt like I was in labor and went through the most traumatic experience of my life. 

And as time goes on, it doesn’t get any easier. Especially when we are still wanting to grow our family with no success so far. 

I ran for this charity last year as I had experienced a loss of a twin in my first pregnancy 8 years ago not knowing I would be back here for a second time. So here we are, me and my partner, supporting each other, to raise money for SANDS.