Jessica Lawson Foundation


If you’ve experienced unexpected child bereavement, you aren’t alone. There are organisations specific to your circumstances that can help you. We’ve broken the charities down into categories below.

Dealing with loss and grief
Survivors Bereavement


A national charity formed in 1959 providing a free, confidential service of bereavement support to adults and children who are struggling with their grief following death, whenever this occurred.

Suicide/taking their own life


A society which speaks openly about suicide and has the resources to help young people who may have suicidal thoughts.

Road Traffic Accidents


A road safety charity to support the families of those killed on the road and prevent these accidents.

Water Incidents


We work with many families and friends who have lost someone through drowning to fundraise, raise awareness and help prevent further tragedies.

Murder & Manslaughter



A support group for families, partners and friends of the victims of murder and manslaughter abroad.

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If you feel that your situation does not fit into any of these, this is not unusual. As for Jesssica’s case, it was unique and an exception. Please email for advice on who can help you, you aren’t alone.