Morrisons Baby Loss Awareness tree.

Huge thank you to Morrisons in Kidderminster, and in particular Diane Rudd the community champion. During Baby Loss Awareness week they had a beautiful display offerering families the chance to place their babies name on a beautifully lit tree with a lovely butterfly. They had our leaflets on the table and had tea light candles for families to take and light at home for Wave of Light.  We really appreciate the awareness this raised, the comfort it gave families to write and display their babies names in such a beautiful way and for raising £181.41 for us. We have read and photographed all the beautiful the tags, if you would like yours back please get in touch and we will return it to you. 

Wolverley Christmas/craft fair.

On November 13th HUGS will have a stall at Wolverleys Christmas and Craft Fair at the Memorial Hall. Our amazing trustees  Marj and Belinda along with several volunteers have been busy all year creating some amazing Christmas decorations and wreaths. One of these items is the pictured christmas gonk. He stands at 3.5 ft tall from toes to tip of hat and is 1.5ft wide!!! He is being raffled online and at the Fair. If you would like a raffle ticket please email

for details. We would love to see you there, every penny raised goes straight to HUGS to help bereaved families.


Rupert's Resins

A lovely lady recieved one of our early loss boxes earlier this year when her gorgeous boy Rupert was born. Rupert was too beautiful for this world. His Mum Lauren wanted to make sure his memory lived on. Lauren has created “Rupert’s Resins”. She makes the most beautiful keepsakes in resin and any profits she makes goes to baby loss charities. Currently HUGS are the chosen charity and we couldnt be more grateful for this. Items that are lovingly made to order include keyrings, photo frames and christmas baubles all personalised with scan photos, hand and foot prints, names and dates to name a few. Please take a look at her instagram page

 or drop HUGS an email and we will put you in touch.

EE Tang and Jo Robinson

Our friends Jo and EE (all the way from Singapore) have been very busy, we have received several packages from them both. Jo lovingly makes the beautiful bears for our memory boxes and EEs knitting needles must be on fire with the amout of gorgeous blankets she has sent us. Thank you so much ladies, we couldnt do it without you.

Walk for Charlotte

On the 19th of June Bex (our chairlady) and David Pountney walked from Kidderminster to Ironbridge, a total of 27 miles. Their daughter Charlotte was stillborn 7 years ago and they did the walk in her memory. They raised a fabulous £1574.29! This is enough money to provide hospitals with 40 later loss boxes or 105 early loss boxes. Well done! 

Morrissons Kidderminster

Thank you to Diane the Community Champion at Kidderminster Morrissons for providing us with a box of Cadburys Creme Eggs for our Easter fund raising sales! Very much appreciated.

Easter Goodies available at Colliers Farm Shop

Massive well done largely to Marjorie and Belinda but also Knit and Natter for creating our wonderful Easter Goodies! Each little box contains a Cadburys Creme Egg and a little easter cutie! You guys have done amazingly to create enough items for 150 eggs!!!! These are now for sale at the Colliers Farm Shop, Thank you so much for your support Colliers – you are really helping us in these difficult times and we really appreciate it.


Our lovely Kassie has created a facebook page selling fabulous gifts with all proceeds coming to HUGS. thank you so much Kassie you really are a star!

The page includes lovely easter items such as sweet jars, as well as mugs, candle holders, garden ornaments, money boxes to name a few. Pop over and have a look, the page is called ‘HUGS GIFT SHOP’ you can find it easily by searching for the name and looking out for our teddy or click on this article.


Thank you Happy Feet Fitness

Thank you to Happy Feet Fitness, the fabulous running group from Worcester. Despite difficulties with covid resrictions, they have held raffles, fancy dress runs and collections and raised an amazing £100.10 for us in memory of baby Jack.

Thank you to the Sportsman pub

Thank you to the Sportsman pub (Kidderminster) who have raised a fabulous £220 in their christmas raffle. The Sportsman also very kindly have a collection tin and to date have raised an amazing £626.37! Thankyou so much for your continued support.

Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes

We want to say a massive thank you to “The Buffaloes”  who in the last 18 months have raised a total of £1250 for us! The Carpet and Commerce lodge has raised £500 and The Hand of Friendship lodge £750. Thank you so much.

Wyre Forest Community Lottery

Wyre Forest Community Lottery is an exciting weekly lottery that raises money for good causes in the Wyre Forest. We at Hugs are a good cause that benefits from this lottery.

Tickets for the lottery cost just £1 a week. Each ticket has a 1 in 50 chance to win a prize, with a top prize of £25,000! You choose where your money is going. For every £1 ticket sold 50p goes to your chosen good cause (hopefully Hugs) 40p is admin costs and prize fund, the remaining 10p is put into the communal good causes pot. This is a superb way of supporting Hugs and possibly winning a fantastic prize too!

If you would like to join the fun and support us at the same time please scan the QR code in the picture, click on the picture or go to


Thank you Sue, Kassie and The Colliers Farm Shop

One of our volunteers Sue set her crochet hooks on fire making hundreds of snowmen before Christmas. The Colliers Farm Shop and Kassie sold them for us and we made over £400! Thank you so much!

Christmas Gonks!

Thank you to our Trustee Marj who made Christmas gonks! These proved very popular and she was struggling to keep up with demand!!! Marj raised £60 for us – thank you.


Collection Tins

Our Collection tins are in many shops and businesses  in the local area. If you are able to have one of our collection tins please send us an email and we will arrange for one to be brought out to you.