Fundraising Team of the Year 2023

SiMBA are the proud winners of the Fundraising Team of the Year 2023 by the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. To put it simply, this award is for you - our incredible supporters! To watch our award nomination film, please click here.

In Memory Facebook Fundraising

SiMBA is proud to announce the launch of ‘Fundraising in Memory’, giving those closest to you the opportunity to support the work of SiMBA in your baby/babies’ memory

Join the Virtual Kiltwalk

Join the 'Virtual Kiltwalk’ – the biggest and best ever Virtual fundraising event – taking place on the weekend of the 23rd – 25th April 2021. Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation will be topping all funds by 50% too!

Introducing Tara Fear: organising a lovely 2.6 Challenge for SiMBA

Tara Fear is our second sign up to the 2.6 Challenge. She has organised a beautiful art themed challenge to support many bereaved parents.

Meet the Millers: tackling the 2.6 Challenge for SiMBA!

Meet the Millers! SiMBA’s first 2.6 Challenge event participants are fully signed up and wait till you see what they’ve got planned for the days ahead!

Inverclyde Council tops up Tree of Tranquility fundraising drive

We would like to say a huge thank you to Councillor Stephen McCabe, Leader, Inverclyde Council and their Policy & Resources Committee for donating £10,000 to SiMBA to complete the fundraising for the Inverclyde Tree of Tranquillity.

Plexus donates £10,331.18 to support SiMBA

Thank you everyone in Plexus who raised £10,331.18 to support SiMBA!

Aegon donates £25317.04 to support SiMBA

Aegon UK staff donate £25317.04 to support SiMBA after a year long fundraising drive.

Fundraising completed for Family Rooms in Princess Royal Maternity

The St Patricks Day Charity Ball Committee, and staff in the Princess Royal Maternity Hospital, Glasgow donate over £35,000 to support our family room refurbishments in the Princess Royal Maternity Hospital

SiMBA Received CALA Bursary Grant of £815

We are delighted to announce that SiMBA has been the awarded an £815 grant from CALA's bursary fund to allow us to create and distribute a booklet of patterns for Memory Box items and promotional materials for our craft group that we...