Other Organizations
Supporting Grieving Parents

Local Partners

Cribs for Kids

The mission of Cribs for Kids® is to prevent infant sleep-related deaths by educating parents and caregivers on the importance of practicing safe sleep for their babies and by providing portable cribs to families who, otherwise, cannot afford a safe place for their babies to sleep.

Alexis Joy Foundation

The Alexis Joy Foundation is here to help women and families who are suffering from and affected by perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.

Highmark Caring Place

Highmark Caring Place is a safe place where grieving children and families can come together and be with others who understand what they’re going through.

Lullaby Fund

Our mission is to help and provide comfort to those that tragically lose their child.

Pittsburgh Bereavement Doulas

The mission of Pittsburgh Bereavement Doulas is to support birthing persons and their loved ones who are experiencing this loss by providing compassionate guidance through the process of birth, meeting baby for the first time, making the time together meaningful, and saying goodbye. 

Aching Arms Infant Loss Support

Aching Arms is a parent-led support group for families that have lost a child in Pittsburgh.

Emma's Footprints

Help, Hope & Healing after Pregnancy and Infant Loss

National Resources

Still Standing Magazine:

Grief Watch:

Grief Words:
Online library of articles around grief: https://griefwords.com/index.cgi?action=page&site_id=100

October 15th:
Information on pregnancy loss awareness day: october15th.com

String of Pearls:

Online Support Groups & Education: 
Star Legacy Foundation: www.starlegacyfoundation.org/support-groups
Compassionate Friends: www.compassionatefriends.org

Financial Support for Burial/Cremation:
Tears Foundation www.thetearsfoundation.org
March of Dimes https://www.marchofdimes.org/complications/dealing-with-grief-after-the-death-of-your-baby.aspx

Return to Zero   
Return to Zero Center for Healing

Postpartum Depression after Loss:

*These links are provided for your convenience and are not under the control of The Still Remembered Project, and are not intended as an endorsement or an affiliation by The Still Remembered Project of the organization or individual so linked or named.

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 - https://www.childrensgriefawarenessday.org/
  • 2nd Sunday in December. Worldwide Candle Lighting Day (created by The Compassionate Friends).