We would like to sincerely thank our charitable and corporate donors who so generously provide their financial and in kind support. We can only continue to make a difference to parents and healthcare professionals with your help.
Current support from trusts, foundations and statutory bodies
The Constance Travis Charitable Trust generously sent an unrestricted donation to our essential services for parents and professionals in 2021.
The Eleanor Rathbone Charitable Trust is supporting the relaunch of our face-to-face healthcare professional training in 2022. These London-based sessions aim to teach professionals about the emotional impact of pregnancy outcomes and baby loss as a result of fetal anomaly diagnosis.
The Scottish Government’s Children and Families Directorate is funding ‘Improving care for women and families facing a TOPFA in Scotland’ project (2020 to 2021).
This grant specifically supports the provision of tailored information and support to parents experiencing TOPFA in Scotland, with the aim that Scottish parents will feel better able to make informed decisions throughout the process.
Goals also include adding volunteers to ARC’s Scottish peer support network and equipping professionals to provide the highest quality of individualised care.
The National Lottery’s Community Fund is funding ARC’s three year ‘Making Connections’ project (2020 – 2022). This aims to increase our parenting and professional reach UK-wide, and improve the services we offer to those facing, or bereaved after ending, a pregnancy following a diagnosis of foetal anomaly.
The Mary Homfray Charitable Trust has generously supported ARC since 2015. The Trust provides an unrestricted grant, showing particular interest in our support services for parents and professionals in Wales as this is where the charity’s founder lived for most of her life.
The Rose Foundation have generously donated office space and facilities to ARC in-kind, ensuring that we can keep our overheads low and focus on improving our services for parents and professionals.
A combined donation in memory of Clare Lamb in May 2022 will go towards ARC’s online training offer in the next 12 months. The donation will support our online materials and an information film for healthcare professionals.
Current support from corporate partnerships
Uniserve are Britain’s largest privately owned international freight and logistics company in the UK. They are long-term supporters of ARC’s core services.
Diagnostic Ultrasound Services has six privately-owned clinics in Oxted, Redhill, Crawley, Horley, Burgess Hill and Horsham offering antenatal screening and testing. Diagnostic Ultrasound Services has been a sponsor of ARC since 2015. Their clinics ensure that their patients have access to the support and information services provided by ARC, should a patient receive a worrying result or diagnosis during a consultation
Beard Mill Clinic has sponsored ARC since 2016. The Oxfordshire-based clinic ensures that their patients have access to the support and information services provided by ARC, should a patient receive a worrying result or diagnosis during a consultation.
Connor & William create personalised silver jewellery using ultrasound scan images. ARC has had a Cause Related Marketing arrangement with Connor and William since 2014: the company generously donates 15% of each sale from ARC parents directly to ARC, enabling us to continue to support anxious and bereaved parents.
Trees for Life created a special grove just for ARC parents in the Scottish Highlands where parents can plant memorial trees and they can all grow together. We have a Cause Related Marketing arrangement with them since August 2014, in which they donate 10% of each sale to ARC. This enables us to continue to support anxious and bereaved parents.
MAMA Academy has been promoting ARC and referring anxious parents to our helpline and website services since 2015. Their charitable mission, to empower maternity professionals and inform expectant parents about stillbirth prevention methods as a way of helping more babies arrive safely, complements ARC’s work and aims.
We are always excited to hear from potential new partners and funders: please contact Katy (Fundraising Development Officer) at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.