Stirling Tree of Tranquillity

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from a target of £18,000.00

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SiMBA are delighted to be working with The Robert Murphy Foundation to fundraise for a Tree of Tranquillity in Stirling.  

The SiMBA Trees of Tranquillity are stunning hand crafted, life sized sculptures, made from re-cycled metals, which have been created in response to the needs of parents.  The Tree’s design is unique to SiMBA, and is adorned with individual leaves, which each represent a baby and can be engraved with a personal message. Its aim is to offer bereaved parents the opportunity to honour their baby in a simple, quiet way and will effectively ‘grow’ as leaves are added.

The Tree of Tranquillity is not just for the newly bereaved but also parents who sadly lost their baby years ago and were perhaps provided with little or no recognition of their baby’s existence. The Tree will provide the means to express a private and public declaration in memory of the lost hopes and dreams for the baby. It is a beautiful symbol of remembrance.

We have been donated £1,000 from the following:

> £100.00 donated by the Paul McStay No.1 Supporters Club

> £241.00 raffle donation from the absolute jame music night

> £639.00 donations from the Liam McGrandles music night

We would like to say a big thank you to all of the above.

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Total donations: £30.00

David Scott


£30.00 (+ £7.50 giftaid)


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