Baby Loss NZ

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Baby Loss NZ supports bereaved parents whose baby has died during pregnancy, at birth or shortly after birth.

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  Auckland Free Services In Memory Awareness

Providing parents with a care bag containing various memory making materials such as special memory books, inkless hand/footprint kits, certificates of life,candles, a memory box and teddy bears. The free tangible memory making service give families hand and foot castings, hand/footprints and photographs. We offer parents support group meetings, phone/email support and one on one contact.

Parents have benefitted by our free tangible memory making service as well as receiving one of our bags enabling them to create tangible memories of their baby. Parents of a baby who dies do not have weeks, months or years to create a lifetime of memories. They have minutes, hours or days.

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  • Repeta

    Repeta on 08 Oct 2019



  • Brett & Stacey

    Brett & Stacey on 02 Oct 2019


    Thank you for the beautiful memories made when we lost our precious, incredibly loved and wanted baby boy Louis. An amazing service.


  • Leann

    Leann on 07 Aug 2019


    Thank you Sarah and Josie for what you’ve done for our boy, and our entire family.


  • Shaz

    Shaz on 02 Aug 2019



  • CarolG

    CarolG on 30 Jul 2019



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