Giving a gift in memory of a loved one is a valuable way to commemorate their life.
Thank you so much for thinking of us at this time.
By donating to the PPBF you can play a vital role in helping us to support families of premature babies & seriously poorly children in our community.
The charity supports families on the Guernsey Neonatal Unit by providing essential equipment like incubators and nursing chairs. We also gift families our beloved Baby Boxes, full of baby clothes, nappies, creams, toys and treats. Furthermore, the charity provides home-from-home compassionate housing on the doorstep of Southampton Hospital, for families that need to travel there to be close to their baby or child receiving critical care in the city’s hospital.
By donating to the PPBF you can play a vital role in helping us support families in our community going through the hardest of times.
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We are so grateful to all those who have given in memory of family and friends.
Donations can be made via our ‘Donate in Memory’ Fund above. You can also write a tribute on the wall there in memory of your loved one.
If you prefer you can send a cheque payable to ‘The Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation’ to the following address:-
The Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation
St Peter Port, Guernsey
Please include your contact details so that we can thank you for your kind support.
WE COULD REALLY DO WITH YOUR HELP
Just £5 a month for a year (£60), can ‘Buy a Night’ for a local family staying in PPBF compassionate housing. Bringing them peace of mind when they need it most.
Please help us keep these lifelines running and help us give them a good night’s sleep.
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
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