Our vision

Our vision is that every baby born premature or sick in the UK has the best chance of survival and quality of life.

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Questions about COVID-19 and your premature or sick baby?

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“We tried to be as involved as we could be” - Shanice’s story

Shanice’s baby boy Jeremiah-John was born at 28 weeks. Since his birth, he has fought through Hydrops Fetalis as well as various other medical conditions but is now happy, healthy and at home.
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What is Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)?

Bliss have teamed up with Black Mums Upfront to raise awareness of RSV for parents of vulnerable babies. Black parents can face more barriers to getting the care they need for their baby, it’s so important that all parents feel confident with the symptoms of RSV and when to reach out.
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Our impact and research

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Our Impact

Find out about achievements Bliss have led in neonatal care.

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Research

Care and treatment of babies born premature or sick is improved through research.

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Support our work

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Jog 100k In May

Join our challenge to jog 100 kilometres in May.

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Skydive

Experience the ultimate adrenaline rush and raise vital funds for babies born premature or sick.

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