About Grace's Gift

Grace’s Gift Memorial Fund was founded in May 2008 by myself Helen Salberg proud Mummy to baby Grace Elizabeth, after we sadly lost our baby Girl Grace Elizabeth Salberg on 21st February 2008 at 41 weeks, this has had a devastating effect on our family and the wider community, and we as a family wanted to achieve something positive in Grace’s name and so Grace’s Gift was born.

Grace’s Gift aims to raise awareness of maternal health, fetal wellbeing and the rhythm of your baby’s life, through our Kick Band Project we work closely together with the ABM University Trust and our community midwifes.  It is our mission to help support and change lives for babies, children and their families.

Graces Gift Memorial Fund is a non-profit fund working toward Charity Status, in memory of baby Grace who never got to see the world.

Every single Mother and Baby and their family is precious and unique.

Grace’s Gift wish to help as many babies and families as we can, who lives could be saved with the right support, care and information, and to offer support and comfort to those parents who have sadly lost their precious baby.  It is for these reasons that we will each year undertake a worthy project to support parents, babies, bereaved parents and their Angel babies.  As Grace’s Mummy I take complete hands on approach and you can be sure that I am constantly pushing forward each project and fundraising event.

     What we have achieved

In 2011 we successfully launched our Kick Band Project with the ABM University Trust hospital, where almost 6,500 bands will be distributed to expectant mothers each year.  This project will be ongoing.

2010 We donated equipment and set up a Garden “Grace’s Garden” for Newton Primary school, for children’s use to learn about the cycle of life and to run alongside the foundation phase for primary children.

2009 we set up with our midwifery team affordable and accessible breast feeding equipment for local mothers, which will now be available to all from this website.