A Blog for Fathers When A Baby Dies – a place for dads to share their thoughts about what they are experiencing and find support from other dads.

A Place to Remember – uplifting support materials and resources for those who have been touched by a crisis in pregnancy or the death of a baby

Alliance of Grandparents, Support in Tragedy (AGAST) – is an all volunteer organization dedicated to helping grandparents through the trauma, stress and grief after the loss of a grandchild

Baby Angel Pics – touches up parent photos of stillborn babies.  They do this for free to offer parents better pictures of their child.

Be Not Afraid – is a network of concerned parents, professionals, and laypersons who have experienced and/or worked closely with issues surrounding poor prenatal diagnoses. In presenting our stories and information relevant to various diagnoses, we intend to offer hope to parents who are asked to make life and death decisions for their children.

Center for the Loss in Multiple Births (CLIMB) – is a support group for parents of multiples who experience one or more losses.

Compassionate Friends – is a non-profit, self-help support organization to assist families toward the positive resolution of grief following the death of a child of any age and to provide information to help others be supportive.

Dr. Beth Pector’s website– (one of MOST’s Professional Advisory Board members) provides articles on prematurity, loss, grief, and bereavement.

eLIMBO – is an online email support group for parents who experience a loss of one or more multiples.

Forever Our Angels – Hannah Stone writes a book to offer support to parents grieving an early loss, as someone who has been there. In her book, “Forever Our Angels” fathers and mothers share their hidden pain over this very real loss.

Guardian Angel Perinatal Support Group – offers bereavement support for parents whose babies have died during pregnancy or in infancy.

Hygeia – is a global community and Internet portal providing programs to educate, counsel and support families who grieve the loss of a pregnancy or newborn child.  They advocate for the healthcare of women and children, worldwide, and promote humanism in the education of tomorrow’s healthcare professionals.

Kota Press – provides grief support to bereaved parents and those who care for them after the death of a child.  Through this site, you can find journals, articles and can purchase unique publications relating to the loss of a baby.

Le Leche League – provides this article on breastfeeding after the loss of a multiple.

March of Dimes – mission is to improve the health of babies.  Their site has many articles for bereaved parents, grandparents and family members.  They offer a free bereavement packet in English and Spanish.

MEND – (Mommies Enduring Neonatal Death) is a Christian, non-profit organization that reaches out to families who have suffered the loss of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, or early infant death.

MISS Foundation – is a volunteer based organization committed to providing crisis support and long term aid to families after the death of a child from any cause.

Multiple Births: Prenatal Education and Bereavement Support – offers bereavement information for parents and siblings.

My Forever Child – offers personalized memorial keepsakes, remembrance jewelry and sympathy gifts to comfort those touched by the loss of a Child, no matter what age.

National Council of Jewish Women/Perinatal Loss Support’s – Pregnancy Loss Support Program (PLSP) for Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Newborn Death volunteers offer nationwide telephone counseling and New York metropolitan area support groups to those who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn death as well as to those who are pregnant after a loss. PLSP is free of charge, open to the community, and non-sectarian.

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep – is a non-profit organization that provides free sensitive photography services to parents of infants as early as 20 weeks gestation who are dying to capture those precious final days and moments that become cherished family heirlooms and reminders of lives loved. All services are free to families.

Perinatal Hospice – As prenatal testing becomes increasingly routine, more parents are learning devastating news before their babies are born. In too many places, the ability to diagnose has raced ahead of the ability to care for these families and their babies. But in a beautiful and practical response, some pioneering hospitals and hospices around the country are starting perinatal hospice or perinatal palliative care programs for families who wish to continue their pregnancies with babies who likely will die before or shortly after birth.

Pregnancy Loss Information – About.com – has articles and resources concerning pregnancy loss, both the physical and emotional sides, from miscarriage to ectopic pregnancy and more.

SHARE – The mission of Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support, Inc. is to serve those whose lives are touched by the tragic death of a baby through early pregnancy loss, stillbirth, or in the first few months of life.

Shrine of the Holy Innocents – is dedicated in memory of the children who were stillborn.  This site offers the opportunity for parents to name their baby and have the opportunity to have your baby’s name inscribed in the “Book of Life”.

Silent Grief – support for all who have suffered miscarriage and later child loss.

Subsequent Pregnancy After a Loss (SPAL) – a warm and compassionate community of people who have experienced the loss of a child due to miscarriage, selective termination, stillbirth, neonatal death, sudden infant death, or accidental death.

Synspectrum – developed by a family practice physician and bereaved mother, this page lists organizations, print & website resources that are helpful for parents facing the challenges of raising multiples, working through loss of one or more multiples, or raising one or more premature or special needs child(ren).

Tear Soup/Perinatal Loss – provides bereavement resources, memorial products and links to help through your personal loss. It also serves as an excellent educational tool for all who travel down the road of grief.

Three Little Angels Foundation – offers unique tools to help parents suffering the heartbreak of infant death and empowers families to care for their child, make as many memories as possible and to plan a precious goodbye.

Twin Loss NZ – Bereavement support for families who experience the loss of one or more multiples (New Zealand).

Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome Foundation offers support to parents who lose a multiple due to TTTS.

Twinless Twin – support for multiples births who have lost a multiple birth sibling.

Vanishing Twin Syndrome – is a site that provides information on pregnancy loss at an early gestation.