After the sudden death of 23 month old Daniel Estick in 2009 the trust fund was established in his memory to help others along the personal road of grief and to offer opportunities for local children to just have fun.
The trust provides Memory Boxes through local health professionals, childrens hospices and hospitals and bereavment charities to bereaved parents and siblings. Also locally it provides boxes to an adults hospice who work with terminally ill parents and their children to create special boxes for the children to keep to help preserve memories and keepsakes of those special people.
In addition to our Memory Boxes the trust also arranges trips and activities for local children and groups allowing the children to develop friendship bonds and happy memories of their own
Navigate via the tabs to find out more about the trust, who uses our boxes and what value they bring to hospices and support groups as well as where to find more help and support if you are a bereaved parent or know someone who is.