The Grace Research Fund
The Grace Research Fund raises money to fund medical research into the causes of premature births and the best forms of neonatal care.
The fund was set up by Coventry residents Tracy and Simon Hayes in memory of their daughter Grace, who was born 14 weeks early at Walsgrave Hospital.
Tue 02 Feb '16
Money boost for the Grace Research Fund
The Grace Research Fund received a cheque for £2000 from creative agency Champions, based in Loughborough, after the company had worked in partnership with the Trinity Mirror Group to co-ordinate a major local event.
Around £4,000 was raised by chari…
Tue 26 Jan '16
Fundraising event at King Henry VIII school
Pupils at a city school have been flaunting their finest fashions as part of a mass fundraising effort to support a Coventry and Warwickshire neonatal charity.
Around 800 children from years seven to 13 at King Henry VIII School, which is based in Wa…
Mother of nine passes halfway mark in £20,000 charity mission
A mother-of-nine has passed the halfway mark of her £20,000 target to raise funds for life-changing surgery for her two prematurely-born sons.
Eight of Beckie Haddock’s nine children were born prematurely, however it was her two sons – Bobby, aged 11…
Fri 04 Dec '15
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Fancy running or completing a challenge for Grace this year? This helps raise awareness of the work we do, and there are events for all levels. Email graceresearchfund at warwick dot ac dot uk to let us know your idea or to find out more about events we're organising.