Group B Streptococcus is the UK's most common cause of life-threatening infection in newborn babies & of meningitis in babies under age 3 months. Most of these infections are preventable. Group B Strep Support informs families & health professionals about group B Strep to save tiny lives.
Group B Strep Support Registered charity number 1112065
Group B Strep is the leading cause of life-threatening infection in newborn babies, causing sepsis, pneumonia and meningitis. Help raise awareness to protect babies from this preventable infection.
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Rebecca Marsh donated
£25.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"Keep up the good work xXx"
Laura Tipton donated
£40.00 + £10.00 Gift Aid
"In memory of our grandson Thomas cotton who would be 4 tomorrow"
Stephen Lindner donated
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"A donation in memory of our beautiful nephew Jacob Mullan on our wedding day."
Lucy Crye donated
£100.00 + £25.00 Gift Aid
"Happy 18th Birthday, Emily Trudis Gerrard. Forever in our hearts. Love always, from Aunty Ruth, Uncle Barrie, Maddie & Eva xxxx"
Barrie Gerrard donated
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Russell Heasman donated
£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid
Daniel Hobster has raised $64,344.19 so far
I'm Raising money to affect policy change for Daniel Hobster because Current policy is costing money and lives
fiona paddon has raised $7,484.59 so far
I'm 1500m swim in the Thames, dedicated to Edward Gili for fiona paddon because no baby should die due to ignorance of GBS
Matthew Wright has raised $6,854.26 so far
I'm I am running to raise funds for Matthew Wright because My daughter Romilly was very ill at birth
Giles Staines has raised $5,729.72 so far
I'm To help support Group B Strep support team for Giles Staines because My baby girl could of been lost to the infection
Freemen's Junior School has raised $4,889.28 so far
I'm We are swimming the length of the River Thames for Freemen's Junior School because our pupils voted to support this charity.
Catrin Pocock has raised $4,583.64 so far
I'm I am running the London Marathon 2018 for Catrin Pocock because I want to raise awareness of this deadly infection
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