We are lucky to have the support of the following celebrities who are passionate about helping babies born too soon, too small, too sick.
Olympic cycling gold medalist Laura was born a month early with a collapsed lung and has gone on to achieve amazing things. She has supported Bliss at Prudential RideLondon in 2013 and 2014 when we were the first ever Charity of the Year for the event.
Emmerdale actress Natalie has supported Bliss for several years, including taking part in Cake A Difference. In 2013 Natalie took part in the TV singing competition 'Your face sounds familiar' and won an incredible £86,000, to help tiny babies and their families. Here you can see her ice bucket challenge for Bliss.
Three-time Paralympic gold medal winner, Sophie has supported Bliss through a variety of activities including World Prematurity Day 2013.
Kym supports Bliss as she has a close connection to the cause, having had two premature babies. Sadly her baby Archie, born 18 weeks early in 2009, died shortly after birth. Kym has attended fundraising balls and spoken on Bliss' behalf as well as presenting our BBC Lifeline Appeal, raising money for Bliss Nurses.
British actress and daughter of The War of the Worlds composer, Anna-Marie has supported Bliss’ World Prematurity Day as well as supporting a range of other Bliss activities including Cake A Difference. Anna-Marie has her own Youtube Channel 'It's me Anna-Marie' and you can see her here taking part in Cake A Difference.
Cbeebies presenter Katy has supported Bliss’ fundraising campaigns, including Cake A Difference and Buggy Push.
Sports journalist and broadcaster Amanda has supported Bliss’ Buggy Push, featured in our Little Bliss magazine and taken part in World Prematurity Day activity. In 2012 Amanda featured in our World Prematurity Day video with her daughter Molly who was born nine weeks early.