Thank you to everyone who took part in World Prematurity Day 2016 on 17 November, helping us to raise over £12,000.
You can read about the campaign, including what we did to raise awareness of premature births and improve care for babies below.
There’s still time to take action by joining our campaign for more accommodation so that the parents of poorly babies can be by their side and take the lead in their care. Take action here.
You can also donate to support our work for premature and sick babies all year around. Make a donation here now.
World Prematurity Day is a global movement to raise awareness of premature birth on 17 November.
Family-centred care acknowledges the vital role of the family on the development of a premature baby.
See what's happening across the UK for World Prematurity Day 2016. Share your story and add your activity to Bliss' map and help us to raise awareness of early babies.
What would you like included in the new range of #milestonecards we're developing for babies born premature or sick… https://t.co/tdD6R5eUIQ
RT @Literacy_Trust: On our blog: We worked with @Blisscharity in Middlesbrough to encourage parents to read to their premature babies:… https://t.co/FH2EGixD6y
Join #BakeforBliss week from 24 to 30 April to raise some dough for babies born premature or sick! Get your pack at… https://t.co/Bec7bP9c4V