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.
Thu 26 Jun '14
Mum of Twins runs the Shenstone 10k for Grace!
Inspirational mum of twins cared for at the UHCW neonatal unit, Rachel Botrrill, completed the Shenstone 10k run on Sunday in aid of the Grace Research Fund.
Rachel says 'Our twin girls were born at 26 weeks at Walsgrave Hospital, Coventry. They weig…
Tue 10 Jun '14
Grace Runners have a huge impact on the Two Castles 10k!
Nearly 50 runners represented the Grace Research Fund in this year's Two Castles Warwick to Kenilworth Run. You can show your support to them at www.justgiving.com/teams/teamgrace
The team did brilliantly, running well despite the heat. Our fastest …
Wed 07 May '14
Local Family Raise Over £3,000 for Grace!
The kind-hearted family of Jayden Rixon keep giving and giving! Jayden was born prematurely at 28 weeks. He weighed just 2lb 8oz and spent his first couple of months in the neo-natal unit at University Hospital on a ventilator.
Since his homecoming, …
Thu 01 May '14
£1,000 for Grace from the Football Association!
The Grace Research Fund is £1,000 better off after receiving a generous donation from the Football Association.
Three special guests were on-hand to pick up the donation on behalf of the Grace Research Fund, which was raised by programme and tickets…
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Fancy running or completing a challenge for Grace this year? This really helps raise awareness of the work we do, and there are events for all levels. Visit our Event Discussion Board to find out more.