Walks to Remember

This year, we are hoping to have Walks to Remember all over the country. Plans are currently underway and we look forward to letting you know more. Read more


We are excited to introduce our new volunteer program, Footprints. Read more

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month

Each October we acknowledge pregnancy and infant loss awareness month and its special day on 15 October Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance day. Read more

Sands Merchandise

We are honoured to help you remember your baby or child forever in your hearts but no longer in your arms. Our merchandise can help you celebrate the little life gone too soon. Read more

Register to Volunteer

Register your interest in becoming a volunteer to help support bereaved families. Read more

Multicultural Resources

Pregnancy, neo-natal, newborn and child loss doesn't discriminate. We welcome and wish to support people of all backgrounds. Find a translated document in a language that is suitable for you. Read more

Heart Strings

Heart Strings Membership Program from Red Nose and Sands Read more

Recognition of early pregnancy loss

If you've experienced a pregnancy loss prior to 20 weeks gestation, you may be eligible for a commemorative certificate recognising your loss from your state department of births, deaths and marriages. Read more

Oct 15

“What would they have sounded like?” “Why does nobody call on their anniversary?” Parents share pain of silence in lead up to Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month Read more

Oct 15 resources

Downloadable resources for our 2020 Walk to Remember Events Read more


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we've had to make some important changes to the way bereaved parents can access our support services at this time. Read more

Bereaved Parent Survey - we want to hear from you

A survey of bereaved parent experiences of support and resources following pregnancy and infant loss Read more

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