Our Dumfries and Galloway Tree of Tranquillity has been repaired

We are delighted to confirm that the Dumfries and Galloway Tree of Tranquillity, has now been fully repaired and is looking as beautiful as ever.

Damage to the Dumfries Tree of Tranquillity

Over the weekend of the 23 – 25th April we were deeply saddened to hear that our Tree of Tranquillity in Dumfries & Galloway, within the grounds of The Crichton Trust, was regrettably damaged. Click through to find out more.

SiMBA Support Group Survey

We are constantly looking at ways to improve our services, please help us by completing this short survey to help us to improve the support that we provide in the future. Click to read through and complete the survey link.

Captain Tom 100 Challenge - 30 April - 3 May

Can you join our Captain Tom 100 Challenge 30 April - 3 May and #SupportSiMBA ? 🦋You can create your own fundraising challenge and do something 100 times OR 🦋You can take part in our first ever Virtual Butterfly Release

SiMBA is delighted to announce that we have been chosen to be a "Green Day" charity for the Enquest Magnus Platform

SiMBA was nominated to be a "Green Day" charity for the EnQuest Magnus Platform by Greig Campbell in memory of his son Jakob and we are delighted that the platform have chosen to support us, click through to learn more.

Introducing the new SiMBA Tea Light, Eternal

Our new bespoke SiMBA Tea Light, Eternal meaning lasting Forever will now be included in every Memory Box that we gift helping to further create timeless and precious memories.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update April 2021

The situation around Coronavirus and the risks posed are changing rapidly. Please click though to read the steps that our Board of Trustees and Management have out in place to allow SiMBA to continue to offer support as best as we can...

Unveiling of the Princess Royal Maternity Hospital, Glasgow Family Room project

It is our honour now, to be able to share with you this short video showing images of 6 bespoke SiMBA Family Rooms created to support and enhance the level of bereavement care in the Princess Royal Maternity Hospital, Glasgow.

Islas lived for 103 days, here is her story told by her mum Angela Donnachie

Angela and Craig were able to spend time with their daughter Isla in the SiMBA family room in the Neonatal Unit, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow. Here is Isla’s story told by her mum Angela in her own words:

Laylas Song Harry and Megans Story

Layla was stillborn at 34 weeks gestation but her dad Harry promised her that one day she would travel the world. Please click through to hear Laylas Song, visit our facebook page and help us to keep Harry promise.