Welcome to
Born Too Soon!

Born Too Soon is the charity for Kingston Hospital Neonatal Unit. The money raised by volunteers, supporters, events and donations all goes to supporting the premature baby unit.

On this site you’ll find useful information about the neonatal unit itself and what happens there as well as how you can help us in our endeavour to provide ever better care for babies in the future.

The Charity

Born Too Soon is the charity for Kingston Hospital Neonatal Unit. We raise funds though events, our dedicated supporters and generous donations to purchase vital life saving equipment for babies and support of the premature baby unit.

Born Too Soon recently celebrated it’s 35th Anniversary, a momentous achievement and have raised over £3 million pounds.

Discover more about us and see the many ways you can help raise awareness and support us.

Be a Born Too Soon Supporter

There are may ways you can show your support for the unit, the staff which enable us to provide the very best care we can for sick babies. Discover some of the many ways you can help

Donations & Fundraising

Discover the different ways you can make donations and raise money for us. Be part of our cause.

Become a Hero

Make regular monthly donations where you’ll also receive updates and a special credit on our website and on the unit.

Show your support

There are free ways you can also show your support for us. Get to know more how you can help.

The Kingston Hospital Neonatal Unit

The neonatal unit has looked after more then 15,000 babies in that time and on average 2 new babies arrive every day.

To discover more about the Neonatal unit itself and see how we care for premature babies we have more information here. As new parents we’ll explain your journey through the neonatal unit at Kingston Hospital and aim to give you as much information as possible.

You will also discover what we do to help you and your family as you visit us. We always aim to achieve the very best standard of care to you and your baby/babies.

Personal Stories

Inspiring stories from our graduates parents and carers

The Girls were born at 30 weeks. Alex weighed 1.4k, Jess 1.2k and Ellie 600g.  Alex spent 8 weeks on the NNU Jess 10 weeks and Ellie came home after 5 months and 4 days with oxygen and a feeding tube.

Sam

I had a fairly normal pregnancy until I had some lower back pain. After we had been doing some house renovations I thought I had just done a bit too much. With pains overnight (turns out they were contractions) I went to hospital 7.30am and after efforts to delay the arrival he was born at 15.34 that afternoon.

Jane

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