[Lurgan, Northern Ireland - July 3, 2023] - Little Forget Me Nots Trust, a Northern Ireland-wide charity dedicated to supporting families who have experienced pre-teen child loss, proudly announces that its founder, Louise Taylor, has been named the recipient of the prestigious Unsung Hero award as part of the Sunday Life’s Spirit of NI Awards held at the Culloden Estate and Spa in Cultra, Co Down on Friday night. The award, sponsored by The Boulevard and presented by renowned personalities Danny O'Carroll from Mrs Brown's Boys and Mel Schilling from Married At First Sight Australia, recognises Louise's exceptional dedication and tireless efforts to make a difference in the lives of grieving families.
Louise Taylor has been a beacon of hope and strength for those grappling with the unimaginable loss of a child. Through her unwavering commitment and profound empathy, she has created a haven of support and understanding for families who have faced such heartbreak. Louise founded the Little Forget Me Nots Trust with a mission to use creativity to help these families navigate their grief and rebuild their lives.
The Unsung Hero Award celebrates individuals who have made a significant impact in their communities through their selfless acts and remarkable achievements. Louise Taylor's exceptional work in establishing and leading the Little Forget Me Nots Trust has transformed the lives of countless families, offering them solace, compassion, and a supportive network during their most challenging times.
"I am deeply honoured and humbled to receive the Unsung Hero award," said Louise Taylor. "This recognition not only reflects my commitment but also acknowledges the immense strength and resilience of the families we serve. I am grateful to our incredible team, dedicated volunteers, and generous supporters who have made our mission possible. Together, we will continue to provide hope, healing, and support to those in need."
The Little Forget Me Nots Trust offers a wide range of services, including Art Therapy, peer support crafting sessions, remembrance events, and resources tailored to meet the unique needs of bereaved families. By creating a safe space where parents and siblings can find understanding, solace, and connection, the charity plays a vital role in helping them navigate their grief and find a sense of hope for the future.
The Unsung Hero Award not only recognises Louise Taylor's extraordinary dedication but also brings attention to the critical issue of pre-teen child loss and the profound impact it has on families. Little Forget Me Nots Trust hopes that this recognition will help raise awareness and garner additional support for their cause, allowing them to expand their services and reach even more families in need.
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About Little Forget Me Nots Trust:
The Little Forget Me Nots Trust is a Northern Ireland-wide charity dedicated to supporting families who have experienced the loss of a child in the pre-teen years. Founded by Louise Taylor, the charity provides a range of services, including Art Therapy, peer support crafting sessions, remembrance events, and resources, to help families navigate their grief and rebuild their lives. For more information, please visit www.littleforgetmenotstrust.com