GlastonBeoley Charities 2022

In 2022 it’s never been more important for us to support our charities.

We have decided to champion Libby Mae’s Little Angels, and Touchstones Child Bereavement Support.

This year, in a change to how we do things, we will also be offering grants for specific costs to local groups, clubs and charities. Details on how to apply for a GlastonBeoley grant will be published in July 2022.

By coming along, having the most fantastic time, singing and dancing with your friends and family – you’ll also be raising money for charity.

We’ve put the FUN into FUNdraising!

Libby Mae’s Little Angels

Who Are We?
We are small family run registered charity which was formed in 2013. We help to save babies lives across the Midlands by raising funds to support all 18 neonatal units in the region.

Libby Mae’s Little Angels charity supports the necessary medical equipment needed to look after babies on neonatal units across the Midlands. These range from ventilators to aid breathing, incubators to keep babies warm, through to infusion pumps for fluids and monitors. We also supply resources to improve the neonatal journey for babies and their families.

Libby Mae’s significantly donated towards the purchase of a transport incubator, which currently transports more than 1000 babies in the West Midlands annually.

The charity has also bought several Ipads for units and these are used to help keep babies and their families connected even when they can not be together in person.



Touchstones Child Bereavement Support.

Touchstones is a small, local charity with one very simple aim – to be there for any bereaved child and young person in North East Worcestershire – including Redditch, Bromsgrove, Wythall, Rubery, Hagley

Touchstones continues to support children and young people throughout the Covid 19 Pandemic. Please contact us if you need our support – and please donate / fund-raise for us – we urgently need your help in order to ensure we can continue to be there for all those that need us  – thank you!

Every child or young person who goes through the tragedy of bereavement needs loving support as they face their loss, but sometimes additional support from outside their family can help them through their pain and grief. Our team have years of experience in working with children and young people struggling to deal with the loss of a loved one and we know we can help.

We provide free one-to-one support and weekend experiences for local children and young people who have had someone that they love very much die – and we believe we can make a difference.