£2,311.00Donated So Far
We are Bex and Laura, two passionate idiots, brought together by baby loss and a common desire to help others. Having been through baby loss ourselves, we know how devastating the experience is and how isolating a bad lonely it can make you feel.
This is why we created ‘The Worst Girl Gang Ever’ the shittiest gang with the very best members.
So far we have funded everything ourselves, dedicating all our spare time to TWGGE, on top of full-time jobs and family commitments. When we started we had no idea how quickly this would grow or how helpful you guys would find it. We are so desperate to dedicate more time to expanding our campaign, to reach more suffering women and couples, but our resources are limited and we would love your help.
We really hope that you can help us out with our future projects by donating a few pennies. Below is a bit about us but to find out what we are currently working on and raising money for head to the ‘updates’ tab.
We aim to:
By talking openly, honestly and conversationally about these sensitive topics, we aim to reduce the stigma, smash the taboo and break the silence that has surrounded baby loss for decades.
Support & Empower
We want to support and empower women and men to talk and grieve openly about their experience without shame or fear of judgement.
We are also determined to improve the education our future generations receive in fertility & loss. We’re on a mission to open the dialogue surrounding these topics, so that as they enter their ‘baby making’ years, if they stumble into difficulty, they have managed expectations and are armed with the knowledge and resources they need to navigate their way through.
- The Worst Girl Gang Ever
- Campaign Owner
Leaflets for healthcare settingsUpdate posted by The Worst Girl Gang Ever at 02:26 pm
We are incredibly passionate about raising awareness and opening up conversations about miscarriage and pregnancy loss. We have a great network on social media but we are so aware that not everyone hangs out there. We hate to think of people going through the devastating loss of a baby and. . . . .