Simpson's Memory Box Appeal

Responding to the needs of those affected by the loss of a baby.

To honour babies who have died, been stillborn or miscarried. To help gather timeless memories. It wasn’t so long ago that when a baby died it was taken away, no touch, no cuddles, no time together…………no memories.

SiMBA is about memories. We help you to gather precious items for your Memory Box which we provide. We understand the importance of spending time with your baby in our Family Room. Adding a leaf on a Tree of Tranquillity shows that you are not alone in your loss, and acts as a place to remember and reflect.

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SCVO - The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

SiMBA became a member of SCVO in 2010. The main reason for doing so was due to the membership benefits to charities; these including giving information and advice on any queries that the charity may have with the day to day running, to managing people and resources. SCVO provides information and resources at the touch of a button via their web site. The charity can make the best of available resources from insurance to soft ware with discounted rates for members. SCVO also offers regular training courses at a reduced rate to members who include courses such as fundraising, governance, legal advice and management.

Latest News and Events

SiMBA’s RACENIGHT This Friday!!!

SiMBA are proud to be holding our first ever race night at The Dockers Club, Leith this Friday. The SiMBA team will be there, tickets cost £10pp and include your entry, buffet and live music from Xpression. 100% of monies raised on the night will come directly back to SiMBA to help us to continue to offer our vital services.

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For more information please email Alana on or call the office on 01368 860141.

Race Night Poster final

Sara Fitzsimmons is awared The Daily Record’s Caring Hero Award.

Sara's PresentationOur fantastic executive director, Sara Fitzsimmons was named The Daily Record’s Caring Hero for 2016 at a glittering awards ceremony in Glasgow on Friday night, for setting up SiMBA.  Sara, said: “These people matter so much to us and we will keep going – we won’t stop.”  Jason Leitch, from sponsors the Scottish Government, said: “There are 160,000 people in the NHS doing amazing things, but stories like Sara’s are extra special.”

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