This October help us raise awareness of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, by choosing to host your own Butterfly High Tea.
By hosting a Butterfly High Tea as part of Still Aware’s Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month in October, you help honour babies chasing butterflies in the sky. You will also be helping us raise funds to aid education and awareness initiatives towards stillbirth prevention.
Hosting a Butterfly High Tea is simple. We invite you to invite yours. Get together with a group, little or large.
If you want to host an event, here's how...
Register your High Tea
Register your High Tea below to receive a FREE Host Pack.
Invite your community
Invite people over for your High Tea and ask your guests to donate to Still Aware what they would if dining out, to help continue the good work we do to, create awareness, deliver education and save babies.
Choose an event style
It’s your High Tea, so choose a style that best suits your lifestyle, preference and budget.
Ask your guests to donate at your event. You can deposit funds raised at stillaware.org/donate, or alternatively setup an online fundraising page and choose Still Aware as your charity.
Why is October Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month so signifcant?
The awareness month was first started by an American President who saw the need for bereaved families to be given a platform to remember their babies and children. We truly believe in the significance of this month in many bereaved families journey of grief and healing, and believe choosing to host an event like this is a positive way to honour and celebrate our babies above.
“When a child loses his parent, they are called an orphan. When a spouse loses her or his partner, they are called a widow or widower. When parents lose their child, their isn’t a word to describe them. This month recognises the loss so many parents experience…around the world.” – Ronald Reagan