Monitoring for Mums Appeal launches this September!
We are so excited to announce that our Monitoring for Mums Appeal is due to launch on Thursday 8th September at our Gala Dinner at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. We have had equipment requests from over 80 maternity units across the country amounting to more than £4.5 million worth of requests – and they’re still coming in – making this our biggest appeal to date. Obtaining the equipment for these units will improve standards of care for mothers and babies across the UK – making a real difference to thousands of families by reducing stillbirth rates, avoiding preventable brain injuries, and promoting normal birth. The appeal will be launched as part of our 35th Anniversary Dinner on the 8th September at RCOG in London. We have Key Note Speakers Dr David Richmond, president of the RCOG and Professor James Drife, President of Baby Lifeline. We also have entertainment from BBC’s The Voice contestant, Karl Loxley and, after last years’ rousing performance the Trinity School’s Big Band has been invited back. Keep up to date with all of our news and opportunities to help raise funds by following us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn!