Thank you | Peeps | HIE Awareness & Support

Thank you

30
Dec

Thank you

As the end of 2020 is fast approaching, we just wanted to say a big thank you to those who have supported us, especially during such a challenging 12 months.

Our love and thoughts go to those who have experienced a loss this year. We hope that the outpouring of love that we’ve seen from friends and family is providing some comfort through difficult times.

Whether by reading and sharing our posts, signposting others to our charity, volunteering, fundraising or donating, you have helped Peeps reach more people. People who may otherwise have felt a little lost, a little unsure, or a little overwhelmed by the world of HIE – you have made a difference. Thank you.

We always say that we don’t have a magic wand, but we will always do what we can to ensure no-one feels on their own, helping in any way possible. Practical, emotional and financial support is here for anyone in the UK affected by HIE.

Plans are already in place to grow Peeps in 2021, to reach more families and offer more support. Keep an eye out on our pages for more info in the coming weeks.

With our best wishes,
Sarah & all @Peeps

Peeps Updates

For updates, stories, volunteering opportunities and more please sign up to our newsletter.


By registering you agree to our privacy policy and terms of use.


Peeps on Twitter

Indie-Mae is today's #spoonsfamilytakeover she was born at term & experienced #HIE a brain injury involving lack of oxygen to the brain. She was cooled & spent 2 weeks @NICU_Oldham_NHS after transfer from @TeamNORTH_WCs https://t.co/8yeZ1B3Bv5
#Spoonsfifthbirthday

Welcome news ......this is now a priority for NHS England and will form continuing care for mothers and their families. Collaboration of teams & services is key @LeosNeonatal @LdnNeonatal @Blisscharity @cbukhelp @paulaabramson3 @SandsUK @APPGBabyLoss @WhoseShoes @survivingpreemi https://t.co/8H7GZ1owvD

Twitter icon View more