Resource Links

Below is a list of non-profit organizations that are available to help families dealing the loss of a child.  This is in no way a comprehensive listing, nor are the listings affiliated with Alberta Angels, but it is a place for bereaved families and friends to start.

Tiny Hands of Hope  (Northern Alberta)
Tiny Hands of Hope Society is a non-profit organization built to help families touched by all types of infant loss, including pregnancy loss, neonatal loss, stillbirth, SIDs and infant death to age of 24 months

Caring Beyond (Calgary Area)
Caring Beyond offers peer support to parents who have lost a baby due to miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, neonatal death and termination due to poor prenatal diagnosis. We believe all losses to be equal regardless of circumstance or gestation.  All of these babies were loved and wanted.

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep
NILMDTS trains, educates, and mobilizes professional quality photographers to provide beautiful heirloom portraits to families facing the untimely death of an infant.  We believe these images serve as an important step in the family’s healing process by honoring the child’s legacy.

Lethbridge Empty Arms call 403-327-5724 (Lethbridge, Alberta)

The Compassionate Friends of Canada (Medicine Hat, Alberta)

Angel Whispers (Fort Saskatchewan, AB)

Angel Program Websites  in North America and World Wide
Angel Gowns Australia
nicu Helping Hands  (United States)
Angel Gowns by Michelle  (United States)

Forever Loved Angel Gowns  (Ontario, Canada)
B.C. Angel Dresses (British Columbia, Canada)
Saskatchewan Angel Dresses (Saskatchewan, Canada)

Other Services shared with us by Angel Families.  These companies are not endorsed nor affiliated with Alberta Angel Dresses

Paint My Photo Now  – Transform your photos into paintings
Forever Heart Publishing – A baby book designed specifically for your angel baby
Kudoboard Online Memorials – online memorial creator which people can use to add memories, photos and videos that can be easily shared with friends and family