They support Family units and individual family members where there is a child or young person aged 0-19 with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition Families and individual family members who have suffered the loss of a child, sibling or grandchild. In addition to bespoke, one-to-one emotional support, they offer time for remembrance and thanksgiving, and can provide opportunities to meet other bereaved family members, in the knowledge that only those who have experienced such tragedy can truly understand the depths of such loss They offer: Space and time to share experiences, laugh and cry together. Support targeted at siblings, with opportunities for bereaved siblings to get together and form their own natural support group. A listening ear. They can provide initial one-to-one support as well as the chance to meet up in pairs, groups or in family units with other bereaved parents and siblings. Access to other support measures, including helping to find organisations that might partially meet funeral costs. A lending library of books, DVDs and other materials that might help to explain the feelings of loss and the grief path.