The PPBF have been supporting families from the Channel Islands with premature babies, sick children and compassionate housing since 2003. Find out what we do and how you can support us to continue this vital work
days Issac’s Pad, our first apartment has been occupied since launch
days Aggie’s Burrow, our second apartment has been occupied since launch
Babies on the Guernsey Neonatal Unit since the charity began in 2003
£156k the amount we need to raise each year to continue to support families in their hour of need
The family run restaurant, kindly held a charity day where all takings that day went to the PPBF
The Guernsey Press reader campaign aims to raise £66,000 to secure funding for a year for the Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation’s three compassionate flats next to Southampton Hospital.
Zara was born at 24+3 by an emergency C-section in 2019, spending 130 days in hospital care.
Emelia-Stella was born with a complex form of gastroschisis in 2021 and her mum, Keelan, shares her family’s experience in Southampton during Emelia’s care
‘We will always be so grateful to all the people who helped us become a family.’
“If Riley’s story can give hope to someone who may be going through the same thing, we’d be pleased to think they found some comfort in it.”
“The care and love I was shown by family, friends, specialists, midwives and not forgetting PPBF both on and off island was absolutely amazing and we cannot thank them enough.”