AIMS was founded in 1960 working to improve the way that women are cared for in pregnancy, birth and in the postnatal period. Since then we have helped many thousands of women - hence our 'strapline':
There for your mother,
Here for you,
Help us to be there for your daughters.
We can't wait to hear about your fundraising! Please do email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you have planned or to discuss your fundraising idea.
Don't forget to tell us how it went! We would love to hear about it so please tell us your story and send any photos to I have been fundraising for AIMS
We look forward to hearing from you!
We use Virgin Money Giving. We have selected them as they are also a non-profit organisation and have the lowest charges (2%) whilst also providing a service which manages gift aid on donations made through them.
You can use the site to
Please don't forget to tick the Gift Aid box if you are eligible and share on Facebook and Twitter
We are a volunteer run charity with no premises. We are supported by one part time employee, but our work is mainly carried out by volunteers. AIMS does not accept any advertising, so although we keep our cost very low, we do rely on our membership subscriptions, publication sales, events and donations to cover all we do. Every penny counts - thank you for your support!
We are challenging people to raise £60 to celebrate AIMS 60th Anniversary.
In 2020 AIMS will have been supporting maternity service users and campaigning for better births for all for 60 years. To help us continue and build on this vital work, we are hoping that you will join us in our challenge to “Raise £60 for @60yearsofAIMS” (though if you raise £600 we won’t complain!)
We want to publicise the best ideas so please tell us what you have done and if possible send a photo to email@example.com
If you would like to contact us to discuss your fundraising idea, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
Giving up a little of your spare time to raise funds for AIMS can be really rewarding. So, however you want to help, we hope that the following ideas will give you inspiration! If you need more information or help please email email@example.com.
The one idea on this list which has the potential to raise hundreds of pounds is being sponsored - in particular to do something VERY daring like a parachute jump, or something VERY energetic like a cycle ride or a marathon. If you don't fancy it yourself, maybe another member of your family or a good friend would do it for you! AIMS will help with your publicity.
AIMS Journal, 2020, Vol 32, No 3 By Shane Ridley AIMS Trustee I decided to read through the 1970s , starting with the Quarterly Newsletter for September 1970 which was ty…Read more
AIMS Journal, 2020, Vol 32, No 3 by Dorothy Brassington AIMS Trustee and Treasurer It has been fascinating to read the early newsletters and discover exactly what AIMS wa…Read more
AIMS Journal, 2020, Vol 32, No 3 by Verina Henchy AIMS Trustee I was delighted to hear that the theme for this Journal is to look back over a 60 year history of maternity…Read more
POSTPONED FROM JUNE 2020 Making a difference past and future The purpose of the day is to celebrate what Birth Activists in general and AIMS in particular have achieved,…Read more
Friday 11th December 2020 At this virtual conference we will present the findings of the 7th MBRRACE-UK report of Saving Lives, Improving Mothers' Care: findings of the s…Read more
Thursday 10th December 2020 At this virtual conference we will present the findings of the: National Perinatal Mortality Surveillance for Births in 2018 National Confiden…Read more
AIMS, as part of a coalition of campaigning organisations including Birthrights, the BirthBliss Academy, the Fatherhood Institute, Make Birth Better and Pregnant then Scr…Read more
AIMS welcomes the BMJ article www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m3876.full highlighting recent research on inconsistencies in Trusts’ restrictions on partner attendance in mate…Read more
AIMS welcomes the new ' Framework to assist NHS trusts to reintroduce access for partners, visitors and other supporters of pregnant women in English maternity services '…Read more