Our Mission

We believe that no parent should ever suffer the loss of their child from SIDS, stillbirth or neonatal death. Those that do need all the love and support they can get. They also need practical help and advice. And the reassurance that research is happening to help better understand and prevent it. It's for these reasons that we started Teddy’s Wish. 

TURNING TRAGEDY INTO PURPOSE

We set up Teddy’s Wish to give hope, help and support to other grieving families and to fund research into the causes of baby loss. As a small, volunteer-run charity, we’re driven by doing something meaningful in Edward’s honour. Our vision is that in the future, there will be no more grieving parents of tiny, perfect babies. Together with your support and generosity, we believe that vision is achievable. 

A Light Extinguished

Edward Louis Reid was born on 18 January 2014. Our first baby, he was the brightest light to ever shine in our lives.

 

Tragically, three months later on 16 April 2014 he left us, a victim of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), formerly known as Cot Death. It was the most devastating loss imaginable. 

Turning Tragedy Into Purpose

We set up Teddy’s Wish to give hope, help and support to other grieving families and to fund research into the causes of baby loss.

 

As a small, volunteer-run charity, we’re driven by doing something meaningful in Edward’s honour. Our vision is that in the future, there will be no more grieving parents of tiny, perfect babies.

 

Together with your support and generosity, we believe that vision is achievable. 

Get Help

No parent should ever suffer the loss of a child. Those that do will need love and support to give them the strength to live their life again.

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Take part in a challenge or join us at one of our events. By choosing to fundraise for us, you're helping continue to fund vital research into the causes of baby loss and support grieving families.

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Teddy’s Wish raises funds for potentially life saving research into SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome), neonatal death and stillbirth and supports grieving families

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