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    Weʼve raised £95 to In memory of Charlie Jay Ash Help towards costs of making memory boxes for family's that are sufferering from the loss of a child.

    Aylesbury, UK
    Funded on Thursday, 20th September 2018

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    After raising money for SANDS charity and a crib for the Chapel of rest my next task in Charlie's memory is to make up memory boxes for familys suffering from a loss.
    When I was in hospital I was lucky enough to receive a memory box when I lost my son Charlie at 39weeks on the 12th June 2018.
    I was able to make alot of memories and mementos from the time I got to spend with him from hand/footprints, hair, photos, Teddy ect. Which helped me alot and made me feel happy.

    In the boxes I will be making they will include the following
    2 teddies one to be left with baby and one for parents to keep,
    Blanket, candle, memory bracelet for mum and baby, key chain for fathers, wax melt in baby scent to light when your feeling low, a journal/pen to write down your thoughts how your feeling ect to look back on, sd card to take loads of photos to treasure, lock of hair box and hand/foot print frame casting set.

    These will bring comfort to family's as myself my memory box has brought alot of comfort to me and my children will grow up and see what there brother was like ect x
    I'm making up these boxes myself so is relying on kind donations and myself to buy the items.

    No parent should ever loose a child my heart broke into 2 that day knowing at the end of it my baby wasn't going to be alive and I had to give birth knowing that. Doing all these things related to stillbirth ect is really helping my grieving process as my minds focused into something that's helping out many many people c

    If you could please share with your friends and family.
    As little as £2 or more would be a big help to see the progress type in "In memory of Charlie Jay Ash" on the Facebook search bar.

    I'm ever so greatful.

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    • Abbie Lambert4 months ago
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      Abbie Lambert

      4 months ago
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    Page last updated on: 8/5/2018 3:18 PM

    Supporters

    10

    • MARIJKA George

      MARIJKA George

      Aug 5, 2018

      Sorry it's not much x

      £5.00

    • Tony Mutch

      Tony Mutch

      Aug 3, 2018

      What you are doing is great x

      £20.00

    • Joan &  Steve

      Joan & Steve

      Aug 3, 2018

      Your doing brilliantly Abbie xx

      £10.00

    • Darren Williams

      Darren Williams

      Aug 1, 2018

      £10.00

    • Shelley Sheppard

      Shelley Sheppard

      Aug 1, 2018

      Well done babe <3

      £10.00

    • Georgina Henley

      Georgina Henley

      Jul 29, 2018

      So sorry for your loss. What a lovely thing for you to do for other grieving families xx

    • Jd Smart

      Jd Smart

      Jul 27, 2018

      Thinking of you and your family 💙💙💙

      £5.00

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    Abbie Lambert

    Abbie Lambert

    Aylesbury, UK

    My names abbie lambert. My son Charlie jay ash was born sleeping at 39 weeks 12th June 2018. I've raised money for sands online/at Charlie's funeral and crib for chapel of rest. My next step is memory boxes for familys suffering a loss of a child.

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