Making Miracles was founded in 2014 after Kelly Wells experienced a traumatic high risk pregnancy and the near loss of life of her daughter. Kelly searched for organisations to help her but instead found herself on chat rooms realising she was not alone in the feelings of isolation and grief.
The idea of Making Miracles was a result of this and soon after the birth of her daughter Kelly decided things needed to change and started the charity so no parent felt as alone as she did and there was somewhere to turn. Since then the charity and team has grown and achieved many great things through professional counselling, the Baby Memorial Garden, published children’s book “The Baby” and a collection of support groups. Making Miracles is open to all the family including parents, grandparents and siblings and is the only UK charity providing this to date.
We deliver a professional counselling service for trauma and loss to improve emotional well being and reduce mental health issues. This service is free and usually lasts for 6 weeks. We receive referrals from medical staff, other charities and also take self referrals.
We offer baby trauma and bereavement care to the whole family through their own journey, this includes parents, siblings & grandparents. Please click here for further information.
We provide ongoing emotional support on an informal level via our support team and/ or groups for high risk pregnancy, if a baby is premature or where any family has suffered trauma or loss.