Help a child cope with losing a loved one

Price: £20.00

Losing a loved one is difficult for anyone, but is especially hard on children. They might not understand what’s happened or feel a loss extremely strongly. It could start affecting their school work, cause them to have problems sleeping or feel distant from those that are looking after them.

That’s why this gift is so important. By supporting our Children’s Bereavement Services you’ll be helping children cope with losing someone special, so they can go on to lead a full and healthy life. 

100% of profits from every product goes towards providing high quality care to people with terminal illnesses in their own homes.

Product code: GTM006

When you send a loved one a Gift that Matters, they'll receive an email with your personalised message. We'll send it out either straight away or whenever you want. Along with your message they'll get a link to their gift.

This goes to a beautiful page showing exactly what your gift is and how it helps us. There's a message from one of our Marie Curie Nurses, and a story from someone who's been helped by the gift you're sending.

Sending a Gift that Matters is simple. Just follow these three easy steps and we’ll do the rest.

  1. Write a message to the special someone you're sending the gift to.
    You can add your own message to your gift and let them know it's from you.
  2. Fill in their email address and click 'Checkout' to buy your gift.
    Just like any other item in our shop, your gift will go in your basket for you to buy.
  3. We'll send your gift for you.
    We can send your gift straight away or on a date you specify.

Personalise your gift

  1. Write a message
  2. Add a recipient
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She will call me to check I’m ok. It’s the simple things like that that mean a lot – the things most people take for granted. I can’t thank her or the Marie Curie Helper service enough.

Val Grogan

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