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Margaret's Memories boxes are full of wonderful memories for those who have lost a child.

"When  my son Brody died I was given a memory box. It holds the only things I  will ever have of his. I will keep it forever.  On what would have been  his 1st Birthday, Margaret's Memories donated a memory box for me to  give to the hospital where he was born. It was in his honor that we  donated it. It's a special feeling to give that to another family  because I know how much I will always cherish mine."


Margaret's Memory boxes are donated boxes of memories for those whose child died at or before birth.

"Getting  the worst news possible and being in complete and utter shock, never  contemplating that this would happen and not having any clue what to do  with this terrible information, my memory box was one of the most  touching things I have ever received. I would have never known what to  do to preserve the memory of my daughter and I could never thank the  people enough for what they did to put the box together...seriously a  lifetime of gratitude since this is all I would have to remember Amelia.  I want to share that with others, and as much as I don't want any of  these boxes to be used, I am so thankful they are available when needed.  It is an amazing ministry that will change a person's forever life and  ability to make memories in their babies brief lives."


Margaret's Memories provides memories in a donated box to the parents of a lost child who died.

"Having  a dedicated memory box for my twin daughters means the world to me. In  my eyes, it lets the parents who lose twins know that they aren't the  only ones on this journey of loss alone. Because losing one child is hard, but losing multiple children is a whole different type and level of grief..."

A BIG thank you to Margaret's Memories.