Resources for Medical Staff

Are you a nurse, doctor, social worker, or medical staff professional looking for resources to give out to your patients?  The Still Remembered Project is a local, all-volunteer nonprofit in the Pittsburgh area that provides remembrance keepsakes free of charge. If you are located within a 2 hour drive of Pittsburgh, PA, and are interested in receiving any of our items, kindly email us at We would be happy to talk with you about how we can support you and your team. At this time we are unfortunately unable to provide remembrance keepsakes to hospital partners located further than a 2 hour drive from Pittsburgh, PA. 

We also have listed below a variety of companies and organizations that might be helpful resources for you and your team.
From books focused on grief to training materials, these resources can offer a wide array of support and guidance. If you have any additional resources that we should add, kindly email


Grief Watch

Compassionate Friends

Resolve through Sharing

Online Learning Resources with Resolve through Sharing

STAR Legacy Foundation

Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support

Still Birth Day

Important Dates

As we work together to raise awareness for pregnancy and infant loss, we also want to share some important dates throughout the year that are recognized by so many of us in the bereavement community. 

  • International Bereaved Mother’s Day:  This occurs the 1st Sunday in May (the Sunday before the traditional Mother’s day) and is a day to recognize and honor bereaved mothers.  This day is celebrated by many in the bereavement community across the globe. Many bereaved mothers and families will gather with others that day to honor and remember their children gone too soon.  Bereaved Mothers are celebrated, honored and remembered as well.
  • National Nurses Week: We celebrate the nurses who have stood by our side and are a huge part of our lives during National Nurses week which begins every year on May 6th and ends on May 12th.  We appreciate the hearts and dedication of the nurses who not only remember our babies, but work everyday to help raise awareness and improve care for bereaved parents.
  • 2nd Sunday in May. Mother’s Day.  Even if she has no living children, she is a mom to a child in heaven.  She is a Mother.
  • October 15th. International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day and Wave of Light. To be part of the Wave of Light around the world, take a photo of your candle and post it to Facebook or Twitter using #WaveOfLight at 7pm local time.
  • Children’s Grief Awareness Day -
  • 2nd Sunday in December. Worldwide Candle Lighting Day (created by The Compassionate Friends).