“Stevie Stones is a caring charity that will support any family that is struggling financially with a memorial after the loss of a child.”

Stevie Stones

Stevie Stones was founded in 2021 on the back of the tragic death of Stevie Graham, the beloved daughter of Barri and Naomi Graham.

On completion of the registration forms required to complete the service and burial the Graham’s were able to enlist the help of Stonemasons of Worcester to design a headstone which captured the essence of their daughter. This would then allow for a focus on subsequent visits to see Stevie and was an important part of the healing process. It was during one of these visits that Barri noticed that a number of neighbouring plots where other unfortunate children were laid to rest had no headstone or marker to show that a child had been laid to rest. Stevie Stones was founded to make sure that never happened again. 

Our Aim

The aim of the charity is to ensure that all parents have access to funding to provide a headstone for their child and alleviate financial stresses in the most difficult of circumstances.
All parents should have the opportunity to have a memorial which captures their thoughts about their lost child.  Furthermore, the charity has founded a support network for parents who find themselves in this unfortunate position. 

About Our Charity

Our support network will provide assistance to all parents which can include signposting to professional assistance when required with a long term aim to have the facility for bereavement counselling.

We will help those who have recently lost a child and also ensure that all parents can retrospectively access funding for a headstone. There is no time limit on using our services because your child is always your child no matter how much time may have passed.

“No parent at this cemetery (and beyond) would ever go without a headstone.”

Your donation can make a difference!

You are making a real difference to our parents.

A big thank you to our partners

Having created Stevies memorial with the family last year, we were keen to support them in any way we could. The charity benefits from a discount off every memorial and we add value such as artwork wherever we can. We want to see their funds stretch as far as possible to help as many people as possible.

Through Stevie Stones, Baz and Naomi are ready to help and all of us at Stonemasons of Worcester are right behind them.

Important annoucements

As part of the ongoing fundraising so necessary to the aims of Stevie Stones; the trustees are excited to announce the second iteration of the annual Wing Walk. During the inaugural event over £10,000 was raised for our service users and families.

The aim of the day is not only to raise money but also to bring friends of the Charity together so that we can do something both life enhancing and challenging. Non-Wing Walkers will be more than welcome to attend to support those brave souls taking part. This year we anticipate being more of an all-round event and we are looking to arrange catering, children’s entertainment plus more. If you do not have a head for heights but wish to support this event in another way, please do feel free to contact us.

Finally, we are so grateful to every single person reading this; the difference you make by helping to sustain our work can not be overstated. As a measure of our appreciation we will provide all participants and event supporters with a small token to acknowledge the vital contribution you make to our daughters wonderful memory and charity work.

If you wish to brave the wing or support the event, please contact the team at [email protected]

Stevie supporter Rachael takes on the London Marathon

Long time Stevie Stones supporter Rachael has kindly offered to dedicate her place at the 2024 London Marathon to raise both funding and awareness for our charity.  The selflessness of dedicating a hard won place on the marathon cannot be understated or thanked enough by the team. 

“I’ve followed your story since we learned of Stevie’s passing. I think the way you have responded and help others is so good and I want to play my part in supporting your charity”

We wish her all the luck in the world as she tackles this world famous event. 

To help Rachael raise money for her marathon please visit her crowdfunding page at the link below.

Announcing the first annual Charity Ball in partnership with Sands United FC

Stevie Stones is excited to announce the inaugural Charity Ball. The event will be held in partnership with Sands on 9 August 2024 at Worcestershire County Cricket Club. Tickets are £45 per person and will include dinner, drinks and a fabulous evening of fundraising for our respective worthy causes. Reservations are now being taken so don’t miss out! 

For group bookings we are able to offer a table for 10 people with a discount price of £400 for the table.

We are seeking wine sponsorship and partners to help us to host this event; if you can help we would love to hear from you and how we can showcase your support. 

The evening will involve both live & silent auctions, raffles, games, live entertainment and so much more at the beautiful New Road Cricket Ground Marquee. 

Confirmed prizes include a family stay at a French Chalet, All Blacks signed World Cup Shirt, Event Tickets, Sports Memorabilia, Experience Days and so much more. Don’t miss out!

For all enquiries please drop us a line at:

[email protected]

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