“I support Abigail’s Footsteps wholeheartedly and hope I can make some small contribution in helping this charity with it’s very worthwhile goals.”
A Day In The Life of Vice President Cheryl Baker!
“I am really pleased to be a part of the team. I look forward to supporting this work and making a real difference in supporting bereaved families.”
“I became involved with Abigail’s Footsteps after being moved by David and Jo’s heart breaking story of the loss of their daughter, and inspired by their extraordinary efforts to help other families.”
Lady Astor has been at the forefront of the charity’s work helping bereaved families and educating maternity staff in how to best help everyone who suffers the loss of a baby.
Faryl is a British soprano who rose to fame after appearing on the second series of the ITV television talent show Britain’s Got Talent in 2008.
Kellie Marie Stewart
Kelly-Marie Stewart is a pioneering actress whose determination and drive won her a role in the Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks.
“All children deserve to be loved and respected, and that is true for babies born asleep or soon after birth.” Victor Obogu is a former England international rugby player.
“Abigail’s Footsteps is a small charity that punches well above its weight, I am extremely proud to be able to support this wonderful charity.”
Naomi is a qualified, integrative counsellor working independently and a member of the British Association Counsellors and Psychotherapists, Infant Loss Foundation and Chartered Management Institute.
Paula is a specialist in designing and delivering bereavement training for professionals who work with families following the death of a baby, and is passionate about ensuring this training is widely available and accessible.
Sam is Bereavement Support Specialist Midwife at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, she is also a member of The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Baby Loss and a huge asset to our charity.
Founding Patron & CEO
“I hope that by raising awareness through Abigail’s Footsteps of the need for better care for bereaved parents we will spare others the trauma we went through.”
“Abigail was born on 29th April 2009. David and I both got to hold her and I will cherish those moments forever. Abigail was the most beautiful little girl and all I could think was why us?”
Elected Chair in 2015. Kamal is a partner with regional Law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore and heads the firm’s Thames Gateway Office at Crossways Business Park, Dartford.
Treasurer for Abigail’s Footsteps
Trevor is a banking professional with a degree in Financial Services, he joined Handelsbanken as Branch Manager in 2008.
Head of Operations
“I strive to make a real difference in our community and support bereaved families. I find working for a charity very rewarding and I truly believe in the cause of Abigail’s Footsteps.”
Fundraising & Events Manager
“Working for Abigail’s Footsteps allows me to utilise my skills, every day is different and its great to organise local events bringing the local community together for the greater good.”