Dedicated to supporting families with multiples, Norland and Twins Trust have worked in partnership for ten years, since collaborating to establish the award-winning Family Crisis Support service.  

Norlander volunteers support families with twins, triplets and more who have found themselves in crisis and desperate need. We are proud that over 100 Norlanders have given up their time to support this unique and special service run by Twins Trust. 

On 12-13 March, Twins Trust ran the Saving Babies’ Lives campaign to raise £50,000 to support the charity’s work. With the help of Norland, the campaign surpassed its goal with over £62,000 raised. 

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Shauna Leven, Chief Executive of Twins Trust, said:

“We would like to say a huge thank you to all students and Norlanders for supporting the Twins Trust Saving Babies’ Lives Campaign. We’re simply blown away. We’ve raised over £60,000 since 10am on Sunday morning (12 March). That’s extraordinary and it’s all thanks to you. You supported our campaign in an unprecedented way. Over 1,100 people donated, and we smashed our £50,000 target.  

“This is what you’ve made possible:  

– You’ve helped us through the crippling cost of living crisis 

– We will now be able to double the number of hospitals we’ll work with this year   

– We’ll be able to help even more families with twins, triplets and more  

“It’s been amazing seeing the campaign being shared across multiple forums by so many people, reminding everyone that we are a charity and that we need support like we’ve just had in order to keep delivering our services and support. 

“A big thank you to everyone at Norland for signing up and being part of such an important campaign. It is hugely appreciated.” 

Donate to the Saving Babies’ Lives campaign 

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