We offer you a warm welcome to our website.

If you are here because you have received a memory box from us, we offer our very sincere sympathies and can truly say 'we understand'.

Philip's Footprints
 offers baby loss memory boxes, keepsake items and support for parents who are facing the devastating loss of a baby, from early 2nd trimester miscarriage to full-term or neonatal loss. At a time when clear thinking is impossible, these memory boxes help parents create as many precious memories as possible in the short time available and allow parents to share their baby's memories with loved ones. 
To date we have given over 200 memory boxes to Channel Island families. We also supply memory boxes for the children's wards.

Our Lights of Love Christmas candlelit carol service, held in early December, gives parents an opportunity for reflection, to opportunity to remember and honour our babies, before the hectic festive period begins. (Guernsey SANDS offer a similar Christmas service.)

We support parents with a listening ear and a true understanding of how it feels to lose a baby - weeks, months and years after the event. Please get in touch with us if you would like some support.
Below left:  When Philip was stillborn, this is what we received. Below right: What is offered now
We supply memory boxes in Jersey to Rayner Ward (Gynaecological), the Maternity Unit (including Special Care Baby Unit) and Robin Ward (Childrens) and in Guernsey to the Maternity Unit (Loveridge Ward) and NICU on Frossard Ward. To date we have sadly provided 200 memory boxes.


Please note due to Data Protection laws we are not told who receives a memory box, so your identity remains completely private and we will not contact you. BUT please do contact us if you have any questions about anything or would like to meet Jo informally, to talk to someone who has been there (and survived).


If you have any comments, suggestions, can offer help or if this is your story too and you'd like some support information please Contact Us.


Thank you for visiting and supporting Philip's Footprints.                                       

Jo Nash


email: [email protected]