Our Impact

Find out how charitable funds have been used to improve life on the neonatal unit

Our Impact

Find out how charitable funds have been used to improve life on the neonatal unit

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We’d love you to join our community of supporters and help us in any way you can…
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Crochet octopuses
Peer to peer support

Get involved

We’d love you to join our community of supporters and help us in any way you can…
Stay in touch
Fundraise for us
Crochet octopuses
Peer to peer support

Our projects

Find out more about the types of projects we are currently fundraising for

Our projects

Find out more about the types of projects we are currently fundraising for
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Our latest news

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A massive thank you to the Blue Water Energy team who raised a fabulous £6,583 for Early Lives with their ⛰️⛰️⛰️Challenge, climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowden earlier this year. They've compiled this video of the highlights: youtu.be/9dVmrck-BiY

If your team would like to undertake a challenge event on our behalf, let us know what you have planned and we'll be delighted to help you along the way. DM us or email: info@earlylives.orgThe BWE team successfully completed the Three Peaks Challenge (Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike & Snowden), raising £12,225 for the charities, Greenhouse Sports and E...
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Volunteer with our friendly team on 13 October! Join our cheer point at the Royal Parks Half marathon - four weeks today. Support our first ever team of runners as they cover the beautiful course from Hyde park to Kensington gardens, take in the sights and meet other people with a connection to our neonatal unit. 🏃‍♀️👏🏃🏽‍♂️📣 Email info@earlylives.org to find out more... ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks to artist Dr Aruna Mene who is kindly donating proceeds from her London exhibition to our neonatal unit!
Catch the exhibition of rugs, fabric rope baskets, cushion covers and wearable art - all from fabric waste and recycled textiles - at the Nehru Centre, Mayfair, London from September 23 to 27, 2019.
Read more about Dr Mene and her art:
www.yourindependent.co.uk/news-article/6743/Bolton-artist-and-volunteer-exhibits-in-London-in-Sep...
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Highlights of our first family event!

This was a chance to meet other families who've had a baby on our neonatal unit and catch up with some of our special staff.

Here are some pics from the day. If you came, we'd love to see yours too! Add them in comments below or email us on info@earlylives.org. We're planning more events! If you'd like to hear about our next one, please get in touch so we can add you to our email list. 💜💙💚
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Meet the team!

Pam Stepney is a senior specialist neonatal dietician on our neonatal unit.

"It may be weeks before the most premature babies are able to suck well enough to be breast or bottle-fed completely. They are initially fed through a drip into a vein and given expressed breast milk through a feeding tube – as little as 1ml every four hours to begin with (just over a teaspoon a day). I also monitor growth and help run a clinic for babies and toddlers who aren’t eating properly."
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Our latest news

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A massive thank you to the Blue Water Energy team who raised a fabulous £6,583 for Early Lives with their ⛰️⛰️⛰️Challenge, climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowden earlier this year. They've compiled this video of the highlights: youtu.be/9dVmrck-BiY

If your team would like to undertake a challenge event on our behalf, let us know what you have planned and we'll be delighted to help you along the way. DM us or email: info@earlylives.orgThe BWE team successfully completed the Three Peaks Challenge (Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike & Snowden), raising £12,225 for the charities, Greenhouse Sports and E...
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Volunteer with our friendly team on 13 October! Join our cheer point at the Royal Parks Half marathon - four weeks today. Support our first ever team of runners as they cover the beautiful course from Hyde park to Kensington gardens, take in the sights and meet other people with a connection to our neonatal unit. 🏃‍♀️👏🏃🏽‍♂️📣 Email info@earlylives.org to find out more... ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks to artist Dr Aruna Mene who is kindly donating proceeds from her London exhibition to our neonatal unit!
Catch the exhibition of rugs, fabric rope baskets, cushion covers and wearable art - all from fabric waste and recycled textiles - at the Nehru Centre, Mayfair, London from September 23 to 27, 2019.
Read more about Dr Mene and her art:
www.yourindependent.co.uk/news-article/6743/Bolton-artist-and-volunteer-exhibits-in-London-in-Sep...
... See MoreSee Less

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Highlights of our first family event!

This was a chance to meet other families who've had a baby on our neonatal unit and catch up with some of our special staff.

Here are some pics from the day. If you came, we'd love to see yours too! Add them in comments below or email us on info@earlylives.org. We're planning more events! If you'd like to hear about our next one, please get in touch so we can add you to our email list. 💜💙💚
... See MoreSee Less

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Meet the team!

Pam Stepney is a senior specialist neonatal dietician on our neonatal unit.

"It may be weeks before the most premature babies are able to suck well enough to be breast or bottle-fed completely. They are initially fed through a drip into a vein and given expressed breast milk through a feeding tube – as little as 1ml every four hours to begin with (just over a teaspoon a day). I also monitor growth and help run a clinic for babies and toddlers who aren’t eating properly."
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